I've been a Premiere Pro user for a few years now and you can see how much the software has improved. Some of the key features I like are below:
1) Hardware acceleration. This really improved render time by quite a bit. I can say render times on WIndows are almost as fast as render times in Final Cut for Mac.
2) Proxies. The option to create ingest proxies for 4K footage is simply great. Smooth playback on the timeline really speeds things up and lets you edit without hiccups.
3) The community. Premiere Pro has a huge community with great tutorials online. You can also find great free presets as well paid presets that are time-saving.
4) Integration with After Effects and Photoshop. The integration with both pieces of software is very important since you can move from one software to the other without any hiccups at all.
Render times in Premiere Pro are still a little slow if you compare them to Apple's Final Cut, although things have imrpoved a lot thanks to hardware accelration in Adobe Media Encoder. Sometimes it can be buggy. There are still a lot of old effects in the library that should get an update.
Consider Adobe Premiere Pro if you are on Windows and want a huge community and lots of tutorials online, as well as decent support from the company.
Premiere Pro helps us create different videos for our website and our social media accounts. It also helps us create GIFs thanks to its export PNG sequence that we use in conjunction with Adobe Photoshop. We use the GIFs for our emails and newsletters. Great for cutting long webinar videos too.