Joomla OR Drupal ?

Updated: January 01, 2012

The first and foremost question you need to answer is:

Who contributes your content on the portal / website ?

If it is by you and is monitored by you - you can straight away go for Joomla.

But if the content comes from the community and involves lot of contribution from community - prefer Drupal.

There might be a situation where you would like to contribute lot of content and wants extensive contribution from community also. Or there is a section where community keeps building the knowledge base for your content. So if you feel Contribution of the community is very important to you and you think you expect that as time passes the community contribution will have more than 50% of the quality content, you can choose Drupal.

Joomla comes with a very easy to use content management tool and if a company wants to have lot

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