Rooted in blogging, WordPress is most commonly used for simple publications - with about half of all WordPress sites hosted on the free wordpress.com service. But with a staggering 20% of the internet built on WordPress it is likely you are using far more WordPress sites than you realized - and not just blogs.
On the surface, it seems simple. Users see a basic, easy-to-use interface optimized for engagement. But we all know it's more complicated than that. Underneath, there's a smart, sophisticated database-driven platform that connects to several services, everything you need a powerful marketing tool to be. Those integrated services – email, marketing automation and more – allow you to create more customized experiences that deliver the right message, at just the right time, and in the right format – easy to navigate and displaying well across all devices. Consider these add-ons as well:
At ikonic, we are focused on delivering the latest technology. When we recommend a content management system (CMS) for your company we identify the solution that will deliver results while considering how it applies to your unique business or marketing needs. Below is a comparison of two of the most popular, open-source content management systems: Drupal and WordPress. We break down key features and functionality to illustrate the benefits of each platform and give you insight into how each could benefit your organization.
Drupal makes up a mere 2% of the internet (5% of sites built on a content management system), but a growing number of organizations are turning to the CMS for its powerful, secure, and flexible code base. This includes fortune 500 companies and start-ups alike. You are likely using a platform powered by Drupal every day without knowing it. Here is our list of top Drupal sites you (probably) didn't know were built on Drupal.