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Super 7 Alternatives of WordPress

WordPress is unarguably the best and the most effective content management system out there and it comes bundled with SEO benefits and host of awesome plugins, thanks to the endless hours of hard work by some developers. But this does not necessarily mean that you have to stick to WordPress until the world ends. This is certainly not the case. There are hundreds of WordPress alternatives available but as we all know, not all of them aspire to challenge the hegemony of WordPress and some of them are in a complete mess. So, before you opt for a WordPress alternative, you need to make sure that you are putting your trust on the best possible alternatives.

To make your task easier, here we are going to share some cool wordpress alternatives that you can give a try without a second thought:

1. Geeklog:

It is a much popular and quite familiar name in the domain of content management system. This CMS comes loaded with the basic features like spam protection, trackbacks, commenting, multiple syndication formats and other basic features that you need to run a blog successfully. The best part of this CMS is that it is highly customizable and there is less number of bells and whistles attached. But wait, if you are new around CMS, you should not fiddle with Geeklog. It is a food for the experienced lots. You should find another alternative.

2. b2Evolution:

This is a highly advanced weblog tool that is best for managing your newsfeed, photo stream and of course your blog. It is like the wordpress an open source CMS and therefore it comes with all the benefits like calendar, automatic pinging, customizable themes and lots more. All you need to do is to explore it.

3. Drupal:

It is probably the arch rival of WordPress and unlike, the rest of the other wordpress alternatives, it is not a half baked CMS. It is extremely powerful content management system and you can use it for developing a news website, ecommerce sites or anything you like. It has innumerable features but it still lags when it comes to SEO friendliness. It needs to work around the concept of making itself SEO friendly if it aspires to win the love and favor of blogging community in particular.

4. Joomla:

It is another powerful WordPress contender. It is widely used for developing complex applications and clutter free website. The good thing about Joomla is that it is extremely users’ friendly that means, you would not have to be a geek to be able to develop a website in Joomla. All you need to have basic processing skills and nothing else to get the hang on this powerful and features rich CMS.

5. Movable Type:

This CMS comes with dual benefits. You can run a complete website or a blog without facing least hassle along the way. And there are hundreds of themes and plugins available to make your task easy. However, there is a problem, its plugins are not lightweight like WordPress and therefore, they run the risk of making website really slow.

6. Lifetype:

This is another standard wordpress alternative with its own set of features like mobile templates, trackbacks, anti-spam filter, template and many more. But the problem is that it offers little flexibility when it comes to theme customization.

7. Nucleus:

It is the 2nd fastest growing CMS platform after WordPress and its features are almost identical to its arch rival. The best part of this CMS platform is that it is extremely lightweight and therefore, you would not have to spend sleepless nights to make your blog light and fast.

About Michael Evans

Michael Evans is a passionate writer and he has been writing for Site2You which is the best small business website builder. He has written different article on web design, online marketing and SEO. He is a regular contributor to content writing blog - 3Leaps and a web design company - WDC India.

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6 comments

  1. WordPress Still the best, but not a problem to have a backup option

  2. I am curious to find out what blog platform you’re working with? I’m experiencing
    some minor security issues with my latest site and I would like to find something more risk-free.
    Do you have any suggestions?

  3. Even though i haven’t used any of these above, i can say one thing for sure that WordPress is the best… because wordpress is in the list of top 10 websites in the world…

  4. Say Any Thing … But i just love wordpress And WordPress is the best all the time,, i love it for it’s plugins as nadeem khan said above,, and it has made SEO so much easy,, n it has full control on our site,, google can’t do any thing of our site.. so i just love WordPress

  5. I would never quit wordpress for anything because of the shear number of plugins and themes that it offers. Things are really convenient with WordPress at hand !

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