Best CMS to do multiple sites?

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  1. albertofd

    albertofd Regular Member

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    Hello i have 10 domains and i want do 10 websites. The niche will be the same for all the webs... but...how can i design fast 10 websites, dont care if have few changes the template... I only can use Joomla or WP...
    I want focus asap in generate quality content...
    Advise?
     
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    Use WordPress.
     
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    Use Wordpress , joomla they are the best
     
  5. janebrendan

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    wordpress is good and you design very fast in WP
     
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    I would suggest you to make only one site, the professional/business one and to have a label for the personal part. In this way people will see what you want to show, to inform and with the personal label they'll see that you're a human being, like everyone else. This will make them come back and read more, professionally and personally speaking.
     
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    Wordpress with Pods Framework... Recently came across with this nifty plugin and have to say, i m more than impressed!!
     
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    Nobody mentioned Drupal so i do mention it. I think it's better than Joomla! but it has longer learning curve than WordPress so I guess that;s Your answer.
     
  10. john1444

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    You can design a site or have a designer design one for you and then clone it easily.

    Alternatively, get a WP theme of your choice and work with it.
     
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    Joomla's backend is so counter-intuitive, I would go with Wordpress for the fastest method. If you already know CSS then designing is a breeze.
     
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    Don't even bother with Joomla. Such a headaches and almost no one knows how to work with it properly. Use WordPress especially if you think you might outsource.
     
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    Yepp! The lack of documentation has killed Joomla for sure.Not only that, when ever you see a great plugin / Module / Component, be assured, that it is not free :p
    Still, I think joomla really rocks when it comes to performance.
     
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    Disagree. There are tons of joomla developers, tons. Oftentimes with Joomla, issues are usally extension/plugin related. I find it best to either contact the developer(s) of the extension directly or check their support forums. It is very important that you find someone who has worked with/developed for the extension(s) you are having issues with so you are not paying while they are educating themselves.
    Never had a problem finding Joomla dev whenever I needed one.