WordPress vs Drupal – it’s still Yes for WordPress in 2020

Before we start peeling off some layers, we should talk about first things first: what is content management and what are Electronic Content Management Systems

Website building entails a series of processes that need some form of administration. That is what digital content management is – a way of creation, modification and structure of your content. Content Management Systems (CMS) made the work of a lot of bloggers, web-designers and small business owners effortless.

 Building a website with a CMS seems to be the logical way to do it. You have maybe considered using WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, etc., but got confused somewhere along the way. They all have similar features and can be a little different at the same time. We understand that this can slow down your decision process or confuse you. 

 We decided to look more in-depth at two open-source CMS. We picked the most popular one – WordPress and a less popular one – Drupal. Both require custom domain purchases and installation on your hosting servers

Drupal has a market share that’s around 4%, and WordPress- over 33% of all the websites online. These numbers make WordPress websites one of the most read content in the digital world. But that does not necessarily imply that WordPress fits your specific needs. Drupal and WordPress offer quite a unique approach and a diverse range of options for their users.

In 2020, as in 2019, the number of websites built on WordPress is expected to rise. We believe this is an essential factor for progress. We expect a continuous expansion of available resources. There will be an increase in the overall awareness about the platform. This progress is only going to raise the number of active contributors and make this platform grow. 

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