Today’s top CMS platforms all offer their own unique flavor for users trying to get their website up and running. All of them have their own strengths and weaknesses, but for complete and total flexibility, Drupal is the best choice. While it requires a strong grasp of web development, the level of customization it offers is far beyond its competition.
Join us as we look at some of the top reasons to use Drupal, followed by an infographic that breaks down today’s top three platforms.
The Top 3 Reasons to Choose Drupal For Your Website
While there are plenty of articles about Drupal, and numerous reasons to use it, let’s take a look at the top three picks:
1. Agile Web 2.0 Development
Drupal embraces the best parts of agile web development. From the moment you install it, you have clean markup code, page and blog publishing, content management, search, polls, forums, user login modules, and plenty more. It cuts your development timeline down to mere days, as opposed to weeks of getting everything ready.
2. Thousands of Modules
Modules allow you to quickly add functionality to your website. With over 16,000 to choose from, this number is only growing. From additional security, to social media, to SEO, and backups, you can do just about anything with these additional tools, and provide your users with an excellent experience.
3. Ultimate Scalability
Drupal is insanely flexible. You can start with as little as 10 pages on your site, and move up to 10,000 posts without ever changing a thing. Performance and security can be easily modified through the Admin console. Perhaps this is why some of the world's biggest websites like the White House, Nascar, and the Grammys all run on Drupal.
If you are still unsure why Drupal is the best, read this article with more reasons that will convince you.
Breaking Down Today’s CMS Platforms (Infographic)
Below you’ll find an infographic that compares Drupal to the other platforms you’ll find in your search. For the reasons above, however, our team of OnBlastBlog recommends Drupal wholeheartedly.
And which platform do you use? Let us know in the comments!