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Best CMS for 2014

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by kaliv, Jul 8, 2014.

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  1. kaliv

    kaliv Newbie

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    Hey BHW Nation,

    What is the best CMS for 2014?

    Am used to work with Joomla a lot but I was wondering if you guys know of a trend for some new and awesome CMS which you use for your clients (when creating/managing websites).

    Any hint?
     
  2. th0m4s

    th0m4s Regular Member

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    Wordpress all day everyday.
     
  3. lucasbraydon

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    drupal wooooot ?
     
  6. BeoWulf72

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    There is only one good free cms on the market: wordpress! You ask me why? Good for you to ask, because wp has 1000s of free plugins and also themes that you can use and it is easy to use as ms word.

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  7. Asif WILSON Khan

    Asif WILSON Khan Executive VIP Premium Member

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    It depends on what type of website you are creating and what requirements you have.
    Although, I do tend to use WP for most of my sites because it is so easy to use but it isn't the best platform for everything.
     
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    Wordpress. There are a lot of tutorials on line for it and it is easy to learn. You won't have any trouble explaining to a client about how the back end works. It's all very simple.
     
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    if it aren't broken, dont fix it. Wordpress still trumps no matter how you look at it.
     
  10. leviath

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    As others have said, Wordpress all the way. The best plugins, themes, documentation etc. It just works, and works well.
     
  11. leets

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    wordpress ..simply the best..!! :)
     
  12. bartosimpsonio

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    I use Wordpress.

    Drupal = too complicated for simple sites, but it's great if you master its 2987561 functions.

    Joomla = the slowest thing ever invented, though it works great if you don't shoot your PC first
     
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    blogs and articles : wordpress

    larger content sites with 500+ articles i would use joomla instead. much better organising system, although requires heavy manual speed adjustments.
     
  14. mig99

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    wordpress for the win

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    joomla if you want to wait 5 to 7 secs for your page to load, it starts off fine if you don't have much content, once you start adding them, loading is like a snail.
     
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    Joomla and Drupal are very specific and people rarely decide to go with them. Learning process is also a bit longer than on WordPress.

    My vote goes to WP. I've been using it since I practically started.
     
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    For me, wordpress. I always recommend it to all my clients :)
     
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    I've only used wordpress, but with its sheer amount of plugins and themes and community. Its probably the best and most versatile.
     
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    As always Wordpress :1:
     
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    If simplicity is in your mind then Wordpress, if there was some super cool CMS invented you probably would of heard it by now
     
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    Maybe you should add a poll, so you can see how 99% of us vote Wordpress and 1% of us have some sort of mental disability.