5 Sites Like Drupal and Its CMS Alternatives with FREE

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When it comes to content marketing system (CMS), Drupal comes along as the best one after WordPress and Joomla. It is a widely used option and powers over 2.3% of websites all over. With 1.3 million members part of its community, Drupal is one of the trusted names around and should be given attention to if you’re looking for something different to WordPress.

Drupal is an open-source content management framework and is written in PHP format while being distributed under General Public License (GPL). Drupal comes with over 39500 free modules and more than 2500 themes to work with. It’s not that beginner friendly like that of WordPress and is more suited to the enterprise levels.

Moreover, then it allows more control for activities like user access and permissions. There’s also a views module that helps provide better content viewing option than WordPress. It’s a reason why Drupal is preferred for corporate, government, high tech, and political sites.

Drupal has the same sort of requirements like that of WordPress and Joomla and runs on any computing platform. There’s no requirement of programming skills to handle the framework and installation part. However, the specific module means, setting up a site will take a bit of time for beginners. It also has a community featuring over 109,000 active contributors.

Wordpress
  • Built-in SEO
  • Dedicated Server Hosting
  • Facebook Integration
  • Google Plus Integration
  • Hostable
  • IFTTT Hosting
  • Multi-Site Management
  • Open Source
  • Self-deployment
  • Social-Media Integration
  • VPS Hosting

Wordpress
WordPress

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  • Built-in SEO
  • Dedicated Server Hosting
  • Facebook Integration
  • Google Plus Integration
  • Hostable
  • IFTTT Hosting
  • Multi-Site Management
  • Open Source
  • Self-deployment
  • Social-Media Integration
  • VPS Hosting
  • FREE
  • Open Source
  • Website

Wordpress one of the most famous content management system around has seen its usage grow multiple-fold. It's free and open-source based on PHP and MySQL and is used extensively. It started off pretty lightly back on May 27, 2003, under the tutelage...

joomla
  • Built-in multilingual support

joomla
Joomla

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  • Built-in multilingual support
  • FREE
  • Website

Joomla, another of those pretty popular options after Wordpress when it comes to content management system has been around for 12 years. It remains the second most popular CMS option after Wordpress with a market share of approx 7% and has been downl...

weebly
  • E-commerce support
  • Hosted website builder

weebly
Weebly

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  • E-commerce support
  • Hosted website builder
  • FREE
  • Premium
  • Website

Weebly is another of the wholly hosted website builders around targeted primarily for the small business owners and creative entrepreneurs around. It comes with both website and e-commerce support and has over 50 million customers spread across the g...

Ghost
  • Advanced post editor
  • Blogging
  • Clutter-free

Ghost
Ghost

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  • Advanced post editor
  • Blogging
  • Clutter-free
  • FREE
  • Premium
  •  Android
  • Linux
  •  MAC
  • Website
  •  Windows

When Wordpress changed course from being a blogging-based website into a full-fledged content management system, many looking for just a blogging site switched to Ghost. Having started in 2012, Ghost is a NodeJS based open source blogging platform an...

  • Built-in social commenting
  • Google adsense links
  • Google Plus Integration

Blogger

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  • Built-in social commenting
  • Google adsense links
  • Google Plus Integration
  • FREE
  •  Android
  • Website

Blogger, once a primetime competition to Wordpress for blogging, has downed the tools. However, much of it has been because other prominent options came forth. However, Blogging is still alive and is an excellent option to have if you're into bloggin...

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