There are plenty of Content Management System options out there, but there’s no one-size fits-all. Some platforms work better for e-commerce businesses and content while other cater to sites with more visual and editorial content. The fact is that it can be a little overwhelming so the folks at Bluehost created the infographic below to give you a breakdown of some of the most popular and reliable CMS options.
Here is a comparison chart of three of the most popular CMS platform: WordPress, Joomla & Drupal. If you are planning to build a new website with one of these platforms, this may come handy when weighing the various options.
What’s WordPress? If you have to ask, you’re missing out on one of the largest content management systems (CMS) in the world. On May 27, 2003, WordPress was released by founders, Matt Mullenweg and Mike Little, and as of September 2013, there are 69,764,179 WordPress sites accounted for around the world! Learn more about Wordpress and it’s history in this infographic.
Here, you can get an overview of the e-commerce industry, evaluate various CMSs, make a decision about which one is best for your company and take a confident step forward to set up your first online store by making use of this infographic published by FORIX. It is replete with information, statistics and illustrations such as the date of release of the CMS, the latest version, the platform used and the number of websites using it.
The following infographic compares two mobile plugins for WordPress – MobileCief and WP-Touch. WP-Touch is a fantastic tool for converting your WordPress site into a mobile-friendly format, and MobileChief is a great solution for creating new content in a Mobile Format. In fact, with MobileChief you can run campaigns that aren’t necessarily part of the rest of your website, and direct mobile users to a more targeted set of information.
The following infographic provides a summary of the fundamentals of content management systems, the industries in which they are used and the various types of CMSs available. It also provides additional details such as of the date of initial release, the platform used, and the average setup and customization cost.