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My Suggestion Top 10 Popular Alternatives To Wordpress In 2016

Discussion in 'Wordpress Content Management System' started by selvaa, Jan 9, 2016.

  1. selvaa

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    Top 10 Popular Alternatives to WordPress
    There are many publishing platforms other than WordPress. We can use WordPress Alternatives to build our websites. So, in this article we will show you 16 most popular alternatives to WordPress.

    1.Medium


    5.1.

    It is one of the popular publishing platforms. It is not like WordPress. It is not a full content management system. Its focus is blogging. It paves way to connect people with the concepts and ideas that matter to them.

    Medium is made to provide free writing area for publishers. It is comfortable on all screen sizes and devices. There are no themes or plug-in in it.

    Medium has responses and inline notes instead of using comments. Here you can use your own domain names.

    2.Ghost


    5.2.

    In case, WordPress users feel like it is going in a different direction. This gave birth to Ghost, which is a Node JS based blogging software. Ghosts keeps clutters away and focuses on blogging. This enables a nice writing and browsing experience.



    3.Joomla


    5.3.


    It is one of the strong, open source and multi-purpose CMS. It contains huge community of users and developers. Joomla contains all the functions of the WordPress and many more. It contains extensions and templates. Joomla also has a community support system and it runs on most web hosting platforms.

    4.Drupal



    5.4.

    Drupal is also a popular open source CMS. Drupal has strong user base and developer community. It powers approximately 2.1% of all websites including some major government websites. It also has modules and themes. It shares the same requirements as Joomla and WordPress.


    5.Tumblr



    5.6.

    Tumblr is a famous free blogging platform. It make blogging easier and fun. Tumblr is acquired by Yahoo in 2013.

    Tumblr allows the user to use custom domain names for their blogs. It is a completely hosted solution, so don't worry about installing and maintaining any software.

    6.CMS Made Simple



    5.7.


    This is also an open source CMS with the same features as Joomla and WordPress. It is written in PHP. It contains themes and modules. It enables free community support and extensive documentation to get you started.

    7.Wix



    5.8.


    It is a hosted website builder. It is for personal and business sites. It contains drag and drop page builder. Wix has eCommerce support, which allows the site owners to make online payments authorize.net.

    8.Weebly



    5.9.


    Weebly is an online site builder. It contains pre-designed templates and drag and drop page builder. It has limited eCommerce support.



    9.Google Sites




    5.12.


    Google Sites is a simpler and easier way to build small websites. It free to host, easy to use and you can custom domain for you sites. But it cannot be compared with CMS software.



    10.Blogger



    5.13.

    And the final one is Blogger. It is still active. This is hosted by Google. It contains almost all options for blogging. It has a built-in social capabilities, a commenting system and it is easy to use. You can use your own domain name in it.
     
  2. ellyjude

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    Tumblr is common in my country. I wonder why people prefer it to wordpress. Anyone with experience using both to kindly share.
     
  3. Manish Mishra

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    Many of my friends prefer Blogger than to WordPress. Well, I ma the big WordPress lover and love to play with it. I find there are easy theme development and navigation is fantastic.

    Development of a website in WordPress is quite easier than in any other platform i have known yet. And the best part is, Google loves it!!
     
  4. bharath

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    No one will suit for wordpress, as it is just like adsense that never meets the criteria. I ask a question do you like to use any of these cms instead of wordpress?
    I am using Drupal, but it doesn't meet for blogging platform at all. The seo score is great in Drupal than wordpress that I can say blindly.
     

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