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WordPress alternatives: Which CMS platform is the best?

WordPress Pimcore Drupal Sitecore
  1. WordPress is web software you can use to create a beautiful website or blog. We like to say that WordPress is both free and priceless at the same time.
    Pricing:
    • Open Source
    WordPress is something beginners usually can pick up quickly, whereas Drupal is somewhat complicated. WordPress is incredibly intuitive and user-friendly for users with no background in web development. Additionally, WordPress’s community gives users great support due to its outspread.

    #CMS #Blogging #Blogging Platform 763 social mentions

  2. Pimcore is an award-winning data management and customer experience management software.
    Pricing:
    • Open Source
    • Free
    • Free Trial
    To conclude, Pimcore comes out as the winner in this clash. It may still not have a more significant market share or some exclusive WordPress features and plugins, but it wins in every segment. Pimcore is perfect for large companies handling large quantities of data or having several departments work on a single website.

    #Product Information Management #Digital Asset Management #eCommerce Platform 2 social mentions

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    Drupal - the leading open-source CMS for ambitious digital experiences that reach your audience across multiple channels. Because we all have different needs, Drupal allows you to create a unique space in a world of cookie-cutter solutions.
    Pricing:
    • Free
    With Drupal, the startup costs are higher than WordPress, since developing with Drupal requires more technical expertise. It’s more complex than WordPress, and you will likely need to pay for a developer. Besides that, you’ll have to invest in the basics like – domain registration, hosting, added security, and so on.

    #CMS #Web Content Management #Blogging Platform 28 social mentions

  4. Sitecore A/S has produced the Sitecore content management system since 1999.
    On the other hand, Sitecore is a more expensive system as its source code requires licensing fees. Also, each Sitecore instance is custom built by a team of savvy developers who are familiar with developing for the ASP.NET framework. It’s a good choice for businesses that require a custom build, want the benefits of commercial source code and are willing to invest in its features.

    #CMS #Blogging Platform #Blogging

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