Companies post their portfolios on their websites. These websites are one of the prominent sources of income for any company. Content management software keeps track of a website. Here, let’s discuss the top 10 best content management software.
1. WordPressWordPress is a Content Management System developed by WordPress Foundation in 2003. The features provided are flexibility, simplicity, publishing tools, user management, media management, easy theme system, plug-ins extension, full standard compliance, built-in comments, search engine optimization, application framework, and multilingual. The rating in Capterra is 4.6 out of 5.
Magnolia is an open-source Content Management System (CMS) developed by Magnolia International Ltd. in 2003. The benefits offered are an omnichannel content hub, personalization, optimization, campaign management, portals, digital asset management, light development, and cloud-based CMS. The rating stands at 4.7 out of 5.
3. HubspotHubspot is a CMS developed by Brian Halligan and Dharmesh Shah in 2006. The features provided are Search Engine Optimization (SEO) recommendations, website themes, multi-language content creation, drag-and-drop editor, adaptive testing, contact attribution reporting, and 24/7 phone support. The rating stands at 4.5 out of 5 in Capterra.
4. WooCommerce WooCommerce is a software developed by Automattic in 2011. The benefits offered are open-source, customize & extend, secure payments, order management, store enhancement, WordPress plug-in, 24/7 support, multilingual, multiple currency support, Google Analytics integration, and WooCommerce Blocks. The rating in Capterra stands at 4.5 out of 5.
5. WeeblyWeebly is an application developed by Square Inc. in 2006. The features provided are builder, mobile applications, templates, app center, domain names, SEO, blogging, forms, hosting, statistics, and branding tools. The rating in Capterra is 4.3 out of 5.
6. SquarespaceSquarespace is a software developed by Anthony Casalena in 2004. The benefits offered are modern templates, template switching, style editor, customizable content layouts, free Google fonts, chart blocks, video backgrounds, drag-and-drop management, responsive image loader, progressive image loading, lightbox presentation, and display effects. The rating in Capterra is 4.6 out of 5.
7. Drupal Drupal is a free Content Management System (CMS) developed by Drupal community. The features provided are security, multilingual, accessibility, performance & scaling, marketing automation, content authoring, personalization, shared hosting, cloud hosting, and dedicated hosting. The rating in Capterra stands at 4.2 out of 5.
8. AcquiaAcquia is an application developed by Dries Buytaert and Jay Batson in 2007. The benefits provided are dev studio, site factory, cloud platform, customer data platform, campaign factory, Digital Asset Management (DAM), personalization, and fast migrations. The rating in Capterra is 4.5 out of 5.
9. Joomla!Joomla! is an open-source management system developed by Open Source Matters Inc. in 2005. The benefits offered are customization, search engine optimization, security, multilingual, Joomla! essentials, design features, content editing, global & professional support, and core functionalities. The rating in Capterra stands at 4.1 out of 5.
10. TextPatternTextPattern is an open-source CMS developed by Team TextPattern in 2003. The features provided are categorization, SEO, unlimited site authors, password-protected articles, flexible engine, plug-in installation, lightweight, free, GPL source code, and excellent forum support. The rating in CMS DesignResource is 4 out of 5.