What CMS (Content Management System) do you use for your personal website in 2013?
Which is the easiest to use? I currently use CMSMadeSimple which I find very simple and powerful. I wanted to experience and try out other CMS from those who are using other CMS in 2013.
The best CMS for personal use is WordPress. It's very user friendly and any laymen can use it without any knowledge of web technologies. Over the years WordPress has evolved and identified user friendly needs in day-to-day life. Many guides and assistance available in Google. But the buit-in templates can solve many personal needs. As you can notice with the latest release of WordPress 3.5, default themes have achieved common personal needs.
Try WordPress. Install it in your machine and play around with the widgets, menus, posts, pages and experience the difference, how easy it is to configure into a professional responsive website.
HubPages of course. I also used Wordpress in the past but now I only use HubPages.
I personally use WordPress, mainly because it's pretty easy to set up. Even easier for less techy people are Blogger and Tumblr, which I think are underrated. I use Joomla for work, and I find it's much more powerful than WP, but also much more involved, technically-speaking. I've also heard MODX is awesome and uber powerful, as well.
Wordpress all the way!
In my opinion - despite the fact that there are CMS available right now - no one is even close to what Wordpress offers. Lots of plugins, tutorials, tips & tricks, and much more. Without any doubt, go for it!
Well, for me, I use NetObjects Fusion. Easy to use and powerful.
i always like Drupal as it is best for me to do everything with my website...
I use and recommend Wordpress. Using it you can create not only a blog, but (with some plugins) a free/paid classified ads website, a membership website or even a network of blogs (see the multisite feature).
Right now Word Press but I am learning Joomla and thinking of switching over. Haven't made up my mind though.
I like to work with Wordpress. It has superb features and more advantages than others. Through Wordpress I have built my own website very easily using their plug-ins and themes. When I started to build my website I referred to an online tutorial which helped me a lot. You can check out http://www.simplewebsitetutorials.com, where they give information regarding Wordpress. Through this tutorial I developed a better understanding about Wordpress.
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