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Compare Drupal VS Ghost

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External Review References
These are some of the sources we've used to compare Drupal and Ghost
Drupal Reviews
WordPress, Joomla and Drupal are NOT the Best CMS
Conclusion As you can see, like WordPress, Joomla has plenty of issues too and while it is a good product, it's not the best CMS on the market nor is it suitable to just recommend it for anything without thinking things through carefully and planning out a use case to see if it's a good fit. Drupal is NOT the Best CMS Here's where things get interesting. In my opinion,...
CMS comparison 2018: The 5 most popular open source systems
The CMS Drupal offers extensive opportunities for customization with its modular layout. Users who know exactly what they need can spare themselves the manual compilation of software components. For many scenarios, preconfigured distributions based on the Drupal framework are available.
Source: www.1and1.com
Ghost Reviews
8 Best Blogging Platforms Reviewed (Updated)
Any prior skills required? / Ease of use. The answer's two-fold here. If you're getting the downloadable version then setting up your site will take some time and skill around web servers and such. For Ghost Pro, the setup is quite simple. Using the platform on a daily basis is very easy to grasp too, although the interface is a bit “geeky” – with the Markdown split-screen...
16 Best: Blog Software Comparison (Free / Open-Source Tools)
Load times are considerably high with hosted Ghost. The site is mobile-friendly, and there are many options for customizing your blog with elegant themes. Ghost is primarily for those with considerable design experience, but the right users will find it rewarding.
How to Choose the Best Blogging Platform in 2018 (Compared)
Ghost is a minimalist blogging platform with features entirely focused on writing blog posts. Started in 2013, Ghost is available as a hosted platform and as a software that you can install / host yourself. We’ll take a look at both options.