What is your favorite CMS for blogging and why?

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  1. OpenConnect profile image61
    OpenConnectposted 10 years ago

    What is your favorite CMS for blogging and why?

    There's so many different CMS web apps and softwares out there today for blogging that it's sometimes hard to decide which to use.  The most popular ones are Wordpress, Drupel, Joomla, and Blogspot.  Before try and begin to learn a new software, I figured I'd see if I could learn some of the pros and cons of each from people who actually use them.  Does anyone have some advice?

  2. profile image54
    TajSinghposted 10 years ago

    I like Wordpress mostly because it is very easy to use. It is intuitive and extremely flexible

  3. webguyonline profile image58
    webguyonlineposted 10 years ago

    it's wordpress. why? it's easy to use, a lot of plugins ready made for us and there are tons of professional and good looking wordpress themes online. :-)

  4. syedusmanahmed profile image61
    syedusmanahmedposted 10 years ago

    Wordpress. Because it is easiest to use and there so many themes and plug-ins available than any other CMS. But if someone want little bit advanced blog, I recommend Joomla.

  5. Ralph Thorndyke profile image39
    Ralph Thorndykeposted 10 years ago

    Wordpress is the preferred vehicle for most folks. While there is a steep learning curve, there is a lot more help for it than Joomla. Joomla, on the other hand, is far superior to Wordpress, if you want to put the time in to learn it. If it's money you want to make quickly, go Wordpress. If it's a fashion statement, use Joomla.

  6. almirah profile image57
    almirahposted 10 years ago

    I prefer blogger. Eventhough most seem to recommend wordpress, I personally find blogging easier with blogger blogspot. I also have learned wordpress, but it may not be for me...

  7. shussain86 profile image59
    shussain86posted 10 years ago

    My personal favorite is Blogger! Why? Because it is fairly easy to use as compared to wordpress.org or Joomla! Yes in case of using blogger, one have to compromise on the fuctionality, but in my case, im happy to go with Blogger.

  8. FredBhai profile image39
    FredBhaiposted 9 years ago

    My fav CMS is Wordpress because of its ease of use and also many other features that helps anyone to master it in a few hours. Plugins are plenty as well as free themes.


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