Hey guys, as you all know, WordPress is world’s best Content Management System (CMS) for your needs as either for a personal website or for a business one, WordPress is preferred by all for any kinda blog niche. Well, in this article we are gonna illustrate some of the alternatives of WordPress as many people try to find about something related to WordPress like CMS and so here I am presenting this thing to you:
Here are some three alternatives to WordPress CMS:
Pligg is one of the open source CMS as that of WordPress which is being used by millions of people all across the globe, its totally free of cost and a lot simpler to be used. Pligg is generally being used for making social networking sites, many huge bloggers use this platform as their CMS and are pretty happy with this CMS which is rather good as compared to WordPress.
Pligg is being designed in a way Digg operate itself, and so by which it allows users to vote on articles and can have their opinion on anything they like. There are many great features which it have that makes it the world’s best CMS where many huge companies are making their blogs on it so making it popular day by day.
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Here comes, Habari which is another great CMS for bloggers around the world. Same as of WordPress, Habari supports list of plugins and great templates with RSS too. This platform is free to use and it gives users a demo which not even require any type of downloading or anything like that.
3. Cushy CMS
Here comes the last one, Cushy CMS which is a yet another great alternative to WordPress CMS, this CMS being made so simple with easy customizations it is being loved by many of the bloggers around the world.
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This Cushy CMS would provide you both free and paid version of its content. With its paid version you will be getting more great features like you can remove all thee crap ads and with that you can use your domain name and logo too. With one pro package you can use your 5 websites, with addition of unlimited authors and with that more than 20 languages are accessible. Even there is an immense support system , where people using their paid version can get a support 24×7, the free ones can only have an access to those tutorials, or Frequently asked questions and those Video tutorials too.
So guys, In the end, I just wanna say, go as per your choice, from my opinion you must go for the first one, as it is one of the best CMS used worldwide, but as per WordPress it doesn’t have any competitive as it’s the best platform till now. Many users have WordPress installed on their blog. They have their own problems for hosting or anything in the sense, so by presenting this article, I just want to give them an option if they wanna change their CMS.