Joomla vs. Drupal

February 14th, 2011

ITWorld.com recently had an article on their site taking a look at the two big Open-Source CMS powerhouses, Drupal and Joomla!. The article, written by Daniel P. Dern, goes over the vast differences not only in the software, but in the development community. Taking a look at the conferences that each platform has, documentation and user communities available to developers.

Roughly 4.2% of websites online today use one of these two CMS as their backend, with that many websites being powered by Joomla! or Drupal, both options are a good choice for developers. While Accella typically uses Drupal in most of our development, some of our clients are using Joomla and are quite happy with it.

Take a look through ITWorld’s article and weigh in on which you would choose.

Jon Stroz

Jon Stroz is a marketing guru, mostly in online marketing strategies and brand management. After graduating from Towson University with a degree in Advertising and Public Relations, he quickly became an integral part of a technology firm in Baltimore, MD. Since then Jon has honed his marketing skills and focused on online marketing strategies where he is also a Google Adwords Certified Individual.

2 Responses to “Joomla vs. Drupal”

  1. Aaron Piccirilli says:

    What about Expression Engine. We have used both Joomla and Drupal in the past but found Expression Engine is great not only for development purposes, but also for our clients. Thoughts?

  2. InWebDesign says:

    I want to run a news monitoring website like newsnow. Some said BigAce is the best cms software but there is scarcely any theme to run fast-update website.

    Thanks for helping

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