1. Will I have the ability to update my own content?

That depends on the site/project itself. We have created sites where almost every aspect could be edited by the client (content, navigation, photos, forms, etc) and others where it was a simple setup to allow for the main content areas to be edited. This is something we will discuss when planning the project and determine what your need will be. At the very least you will be able to edit the site content yourself and the ability to add/remove photos.

2. Do I need to know any programming to make updates?

To initially setup a site and customize it you will, though you don't need to worry about that because that is what we are doing for you. Once the site is setup we will train you on how to perform the updates (very simple) and you will be good to go. In order to perform the content updates you may need in the future you will not need to know any programming at all. I compared it earlier to using Microsoft Word and it really is that easy!
Forget about having to hire a programmer to make simple text updates on your site from now on, you can go in and do it yourself in a matter of minutes.

3. Will using WordPress help my site show up on Google?

Yes. That is one of the major selling points of using WordPress is that it includes excellent built in search engine optimization (SEO). With a normal site you would need to include all of the SEO yourself (or hire someone). While it is still recommended that you hire someone for a full SEO campaign if needed, the built in SEO capabilities of WordPress more than enough to get you started.
We will also install additional plugins to help with your SEO when you first launch the site. These are popular plugins that are known to help your rank on search engines such as Google and Bing.

4. Do I need to have a blog in order to use WordPress for my site?

WordPress was originally used as blogging software (and still is) though it has since become popular for web sites also. You do not need to include a blog on your web site in order to use WordPress. We have created a number of sites that do not have any blog at all but the client wanted the ability to update content themselves so we used WordPress.
We do suggest having a blog because it will help with your search engine optimization. Though we only suggest that if you plan on updating the blog on a regular basis, otherwise having a blog without any updates is not going to do you any good.

5. Are there any limitations to a WordPress web site?

Not that we have found yet. You can use WordPress for e-commerce sites, membership sites, photo galleries and any other type of site you can think of. The web site is created using the same html code as any other site so there are no limitations there either. I have yet to find a reason not to use WordPress for any client site.

6. What if I need help after the project?

That is what we are here for! You will get full training at the conclusion of the project and we will be available for email support following the project when needed. Additional one on one training will be available at an additional cost if needed.
Coming soon we will be launching a new members support area here on the web site that will include full training for clients only. This will include a number of PDF downloads, tutorials and video training. This will be available to all past and future clients.

7. Who is the founder of WordPress?

Matthew Charles Mullenweg.

8. How many tables a default WordPress will have?

A default wordpress will have 11 tables. They are-
1. wp_commentmeta
2. wp_comments
3. wp_links
4. wp_options
5. wp_postmeta
6. wp_posts
7. wp_terms
8. wp_term_relationships
9. wp_term_taxonomy

9. What are the features of WordPress?

The key features of wordpress are -
1. Full standards compliance
2. No rebuilding
3. WordPress Pages
4. WordPress Links
5. WordPress Themes
6. Cross-blog communication tools
8. Spam protection
9. Full user registration
10. Password Protected Posts
11. Easy installation and upgrades
12. Easy Importing
13. XML-RPC interface
14. Workflow
15. Typographical niceties
16. Intelligent text formatting
17. Multiple authors
18. Bookmarklets
19. Ping away