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    WordPress,Drupal Or Joomla

    I have heard a lot about WordPress,Drupal and Joomla but I have not used them yet. I need to use a CMS for my new blog. What do you think which one would be better and why? Please share your thoughts to help me to make a decision.
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    If you are going to create blog you need to use WordPress. This platform developed specially for blogs. It is has a lot of advantages and user-friendly. If you will need create informative portal where you will post a lot of articles you can use Joomla. Sorry, but I don't use Drupal and can't say something about it.
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    Wordpress strength is in blogging.
    It is easy to learn.
    Drupal and Joomla have a higher learning curve.
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    You can bend Wordpress into an extremely powerful CMS that can manage just about any type of website (I know, I do it on a daily basis). The upside is that the learning curve is probably lower than that of Joomla or Drupal.

    However, there are other products that might be better suited to build certain types of sites and, even though they have higher learning curves, they're also probably a hundred times more powerful than a heavily modded wordpress will ever be.

    As the others pointed out, the real question is, what type of site will you be building? If you're blog is just that, a blog, and very little more, than hands down you go with WordPress.
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    Thanks guys, I appreciate your suggestions. I feel,I would go for WordPress as it is just a blog. I never go for CMS when it comes to my professional sites.
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    Recently, I was searching for good CMS and I have come to know that wordpress theme can also act as website CMS. There are some plug-ins which can be used to convert blog theme into full website CMS.
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    In my opinion wordpress is the best way for bloging.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joe12joe View Post
    I have heard a lot about WordPress,Drupal and Joomla but I have not used them yet. I need to use a CMS for my new blog. What do you think which one would be better and why? Please share your thoughts to help me to make a decision.
    If you're going to build a blog then I think you should go for WordPress.
    Get free WordPress themes for blog at: http://ltheme.com/wordpress-themes/
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    Definitely WordPress. Why? WP is much more than CMS for bloging, lot of free wigdets, the best for SEO. CNN, New York Times, Reuters... they all using WordPress.
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    Wordpress is best for e-commerce site with less coding knowledge.
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    The first step is to choose the CMS you want to work with. The CMS will be the shelf and shell that holds and presents your website content, including pages, blog posts and the like. The most effective (and free) Content Management System on the market today is WordPress.
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    Wordpress is good one for website building.
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    Wordpress is one of best CMS among these three.
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    Wordpress is the perfect choice for you if you are starting a blogging site. Wordpress is a powerful yet the most user-friendly cms and blogging platform with tons of blogging themes and plugins that you can choose from.
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    For a blog yeah Wordpress is hard to beat, though Ghost is awesome if you feel like being different. If you do any e-commerce go with something else like Drupal, Joomla, Magento.
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