Drupal and WordPress supporters are strongly devoted to the system they promote, but their never-ending list of kudos can mislead your search for the right CMS. 
If you evaluate the CMS based solely on its popularity (praise in the content on the web), it can bring more bad than good to your business.

To avoid such a scenario, you need to search for the option that suits your budget and goals. 

So instead of asking which one is better, you should ask – 

“Which CMS is the right option for the website I’m building?” 

Drupal and WordPress are distinctive; they both do good – but in different ways for different projects. 

As we are working with both content management systems, we always suggest the option that suits our client’s business. 

In the infographic below, we will give you the key components of both content management systems. After reading it, you will get basic knowledge about the differences and advantages of Drupal and WordPress.

Infographic Drupal WordPress

To sum up,

Drupal CMS or WordPress?

No matter the website you build, it has to be as easy as possible for you to handle it. 

After a decade of practice in web development, we can now better determine which CMS is a better option for a particular project. 

Drupal CMS has prevailed as the best solution for building complex and multilingual websites, enterprise-level platforms, web applications, and websites. WordPress, on the other hand, is the number one choice for quick, affordable and appealing websites that can easily grow into more complex websites. 

In the end, if you still find hard to choose, and you are not sure which CMS fits your requirements precisely, we will gladly help you. Together we can find the CMS that will serve your purpose.