Wordpress is Easy
With so many great things to say, what's so bad about Wordpress? Well not that much, it's strong, robust and somewhat secure. Wordpress security did take a bad rep, but that's so 2007. One area where Wordpress fails is scalability. Without load-balancing, you're better off looking at other options for high-traffic websites.
Joomla is Cool
The next level up is Joomla. It takes the easy-to-use concept of Wordpress and makes it slightly more complex. But in the process adds greater flexibility, extensibility and scalability (a lot of ilities.) It's still primarily used by SMEs such as severa.com (where I work). The advantages of Joomla are:
Even though it does offer some ease-of-use, it doesn't beat Wordpress in usability. But that's something a little user training can't take care off. Joomla also requires a bit more technical oversight, which means more dough to dish out during setup and maintenance.
Drupal: Developers Dream
The last option is Drupal - the most technical, complicated and powerful of the lot. Most of the bigger websites using a CMS system opt for Drupal. Thats why you can see it run on mtv.co.uk, economist.com and rutgers.com. The benefits of using Drupal are:
Even with all the good things to say about Drupal, I would be weary to recommend it for small-to-medium sized sites. It's really a complex system and not for the faint-hearted. Unless you need the added coding power, its better to look at simpler/cheaper options.
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