I, personally, am true blue WordPress – have been for a number of years. However, I do have experience with Blogger, Joomla, and have dabbled a bit with Drupal (now that I think about it, not sure I’d consider Blogger a true CMS, but that’s ammo for another post…)

Below is an interesting infographic created by Devious Media showing some of the major similarities and differentiators between the Big 3.

Your thoughts?

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  1. Cool info graphic indeed! I am true blue WordPress as well, our company has been for years. Just attended WordCamp in San Diego and it was a blast.

    Without a doubt there are some clear advantages, at least from this infographic, that wordpress possesses over the other two platforms.

  2. Cool info graphic indeed! I am true blue WordPress as well, our company has been for years. Just attended WordCamp in San Diego and it was a blast.

    Without a doubt there are some clear advantages, at least from this infographic, that wordpress possesses over the other two platforms.

  3. Love the ‘ease of X/Y/Z’ at the bottom! WordPress is very cool for continually updating, blog-like, newsy sites, but for business and more static pages, I definitely think that Drupal and Joomla have a better implementation.

  4. Love the ‘ease of X/Y/Z’ at the bottom! WordPress is very cool for continually updating, blog-like, newsy sites, but for business and more static pages, I definitely think that Drupal and Joomla have a better implementation.

  5. Great info graphic, you made it very well. I agree with that info wordpress really deserves to be at the top, it is truly commonly use by all web designers, bloggers and etc.,

  6. Great info graphic, you made it very well. I agree with that info wordpress really deserves to be at the top, it is truly commonly use by all web designers, bloggers and etc.,

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