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Which CMS do you prefer to publish 10k posts? Wordpress? Joomla or Drupal?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by GoTop, Jan 26, 2011.

  1. GoTop

    GoTop Junior Member

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    Wordpress's theme and plugin is amazing, but when it come to 100k posts, wordpress is very slow.

    so I am looking for a CMS can put a lot of posts (more than 100k) on it and still work smoothly.

    Wordpress with cache plugin such as W3 Total Cache or WP Super Cache may be one solution.

    and how about Joomla and Drupal?
     
  2. Bross

    Bross Senior Member

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    Drupal is good. And joomla is also good... And wordpress also.
    It does not matter much to be honest but I do know that the really big white hat websites out there use drupal. That I can confirm.

    Browse this, it can help:
    dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.1/en/features.html

    100K posts are a load for any server and to be honest - I really don't know if a mysql database can handle so much info in one run (nor any other technology).

    But I may be wrong.
     
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  3. MethShow

    MethShow Registered Member

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    get a good server with good ram and use wordpress.
     
  4. Autumn

    Autumn Elite Member

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    I would question why you're putting 100K posts on one site. You'll get more bang for your buck using multiple sites if you've got that much content.
     
  5. chobo

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    haha serious i agree. why you have 100k haha.
     
  6. d35i9n

    d35i9n Newbie

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    I would use drupal
     
  7. -Jericho-

    -Jericho- Jr. Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Wordpress is by far the best for SEO but once you start getting up there in posts it struggles to handle the load. Especially if you use any plugins. I have multiple 10K+ websites and been booted off of shared and VPS because of putting too much strain on the servers.

    You will definitely need a good dedicated server if you want to drive any traffic to it.
     
  8. ukescuba

    ukescuba Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    @OP 100k posts how are they formatted and how do you intend to get them in your ststem?

    @-Jericho- What was the name of the study that you participated and the type of metrics used to conclude that Wordpress is by far the best for SEO? Better SEO than an orange or a brick? Yes But i am sure your referring to it being better than all other CMS? Questionable... its certainly good and in your opionion the best but its not necessarily THE best... just sayin' :)
     
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