- Comparison of 3 best Content Management System (CMS) platforms for startups
- Safe and faster managing of websites
- It has a diverse of extensions
- It is an SEO friendly CMS
- It provides security updates
- It is best suitable for large websites which need daily content update
- Customization is limited in Joomla
- It requires more technical knowledge
- Drupal was released in the year 2000
- It has 15 million downloads and 1.1 million active Drupal users
- It has 37,000 free modules which serve different purposes
- It provides 2000 different themes to modify your website UI
- As it is an open source platform, the user can alter the functionalities of Drupal as per their needs.
- Drupal provides large set of APIs for social media integration
- It provides the flexibility in posting search engine friendly content
- Businesses can rely on a Drupal website for generating conversions
- It needs more technical knowledge to install or alter the CMS
- Drupal lacks compatibility in adopting older systems
- It provides less efficiency in loading heavy scripts
- Cost of maintenance is higher
Comparison of Joomla, Drupal, and WordPress
- All three platforms enable users to create their own plugins or extensions to perform their required functionality.
- Most of the plugins or extensions of Joomla and Drupal are paid versions where developers have to pay the bill.
- WordPress provides a wide range or plugins or themes backed by a wide community support to assist in building any kind of websites.
- Both Drupal and Joomla CMS needs technical knowledge to manage the website.
- Drupal requires high-cost maintenance which may not be suitable for startups whereas Joomla will be the right choice for a large website that needs a frequent content update.
- WordPress is a highly customizable CMS which requires low-cost server maintenance, easier version update and hence, it is best suitable for all startups.