Which CMS should I choose for my business website? Joomla or Drupal?

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  1. sumit4322 profile image59
    sumit4322posted 8 years ago

    Which CMS should I choose for my business website? Joomla or Drupal?

    Want to revamp the old static website from scratch.

  2. profile image0
    ankigarg87posted 8 years ago

    I choose Joomla CMS   for my business website

  3. Spider Girl profile image65
    Spider Girlposted 8 years ago

    Drupal is quite easier to use than Joomla, just my experience!

  4. bettanywire profile image62
    bettanywireposted 8 years ago

    Drupal is quite good but I'd rather use wordpress.

  5. PMS9 profile image70
    PMS9posted 8 years ago

    Use latest Joomla 1.5, easy to use, no programming knowledge needs.

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    iAmNameLessposted 8 years ago

    Anyone that uses wordpress, does not have a very professional site. Sometimes you will find a very good developer that can make it do things it isn't meant to do but I doubt Wordpress is good for anything other than a free blog.

    Drupal is great, out of the major 3 CMS's, drupal is the only one that is about to break into an ecommerce CMS. Is it easy? No.. you will need to hire a developer for it.

    Joomla, is wonderful. Very easy to use, great support, great extensions, I can make a joomla website look beautiful. I make many sites with Joomla and would recommend it for almost everything. Major problem with Joomla is Ecommerce. You will have to more than likely use virtuemart if you need to sell more than a few items. I don't recommend using Joomla if you have thousands of products. I also don't recommend using Drupal for that. If you have a ton of products you should use prestashop or magento.


  7. diyakapoor profile image57
    diyakapoorposted 8 years ago

    If you are looking to create a business website, then Joomla is best for you. As your business grows in future and you need to add more number of modules and applications to it, you can easily do all this with joomla.


  8. Casualty13 profile image38
    Casualty13posted 8 years ago

    It depends on your purposes. If you want to have portal Drupal is better. But I see you're talking about "business" website. It also depends on the kind of your business. You can read about shopping carts here if you want to have e-Commerce site http://blog.websitetemplates.bz/website … carts.html


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