Which CMS Platform is Right for My Website? WordPress, Drupal or Joomla?

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  • Keith Adams says:

    For small, static websites, none of the “big three” are particularly good solutions. Most small businesses only need a few static pages. Barebones CMS is my CMS of choice when I encounter a client that only needs a half dozen or so pages. I’ve found I can train those clients to use Barebones in less time than it takes me to train them on the other CMS systems.

  • iquallsama says:

    Hello there,

    Based on your requirement it depends if you want to start simple website with manageable from admin side easily then WordPress is the best option for you.

    Now a days small business owners are preferring WordPress to get start online.

    But another Joomla and Drupal are more advance then the WordPress and not easy to manage from client side as compare with WordPress.

    iquallsama

  • Patrick says:

    We just finished building our site with Drupal. We are a small business but its a content rich website. That said Drupal is nearly impossible to manage without paying a developer to make even minor changes. Avoid at all costs !!!!

  • Olga says:

    Hi Jamin,

    I have read your article and I really likes them. It is always clear and informative.

    As you are interested in website builders I propose you to try Pikock – new easy to use and reliable website builder. At Pikock our goal is to help SMEs to be visible on search engines.

    It’s a pretty cool application for people to finally be able to focus on creating content and get an amazing website on any device.
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    Try the difference :
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    I would love to have your feedback or review as an expert.

    Thanks for your time and I am looking forward to hearing from you.

    Best,

    Olga Kirillova
    http://www.pikock.com

  • Nico says:

    WordPress is by far the best for this.
    You can also try flat file cms’s like toko CMS editor or cmswing or livecmsdb

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