Drupal - Wordpress Developer

Writing ToolsBusiness web sites today cannot be a simple 5 page brochure & keeping it unchanged for a year. If you feel that is sufficient, then Content Management System is not for you.

However, if you like to update your web site content, add more images, videos & want to keep your website live, you need a Content Management System (CMS). I can help with that. I regularly create web sites using either Drupal or Wordpres as it's CMS. Both have it's strengths & weaknesses, and either one can be a right choice for most web site requirements.

Which one is right for you?

If you don't have an idea, then I would probably recommend Wordpress. Being one of the simplest & elegant to use for 'non-techies', chances are, you might be already familiar with it's content writing screens. You can quickly get off the block with a short video / guidance.

Drupal is on the other hand, can do Anything! It's more like a set of building blocks. We gather a specific set of blocks to build one web site & quite a different set of blocks for another one depending on site specifications. So in effect, your web site will generally get a unique set of combination that is still Drupal but can be entirely different from any other Drupal sites in terms of functionality & user-experience. It can also nicely scale up to handle heavy traffic & multiple server setup.

But that doesn't mean Drupal is good only for heavy sites. There are a situations where the site will have just about 50 'pages', but complex search and multiple style of displaying results which Drupal can handle easily. If you still have doubt, just write to me about your web site requirements, and I can suggest the better solution.