In today’s day and age, it is not easy to escape the reality of technology and what it has done for mankind. Several uncountable tasks can be done quickly with the use of appropriate technology. One such task is the building of a website. Developing a new site is made easy with the new CMS (Content Management Systems tools such as Drupal and WordPress. Today, we will be comparing the two to see which one would be better for your business in 2020.
Choosing a CMS is very essential because it can either make or break the outcome of your final website. Both Drupal and WordPress are comprehensive, respectively. However, there are differences in both that can weigh on your website. To understand what CMS would be better for you, you need a brief about both of them.
Drupal is a free, open-source CMS that can build websites and web applications quickly. With the right personnel who come from a technological background and have ample knowledge of coding can efficiently operate Drupal. Content management, authoring, creating blog posts, business or personal websites, forums, E-Commerce platforms, and everything else that goes into a website is supported by Drupal. A few of the famous sites made on Drupal include The City of London, The New York State, NCAA, Tesla, Box, Pinterest, Nokia, and Twitter.
WordPress is a similar CMS which is used to build websites and is also free and open-source. In comparison, WordPress is easy to operate, and someone with even a little knowledge of coding and computer technology can easily find their way around this tool. Creation, deletion, and customization can be done on fingertips as these tools are present in the dashboard of WordPress. It is a perfect choice for beginners. WordPress also has a market share of 33%, which is significantly larger than the former, which has 3%. WordPress has sites like Quartz, BBC America, The New Yorker, IFC, TechCrunch gracing its portfolio.
To dive deep into the features and functionalities of both CMS, an infographic is listed below for you to check out.
Infographic by: agiratech.com