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No Doubt WordPress is the BEST.
Reason - Based on PHP and MySQL, it provides you with tools to create a feature-packed website or blog using written content, videos, images and more.
You also have the ability to install a mixture of pre-made and third-party themes to personalise your website. They cater for all sorts of industries, from retail to hospitality. Although you can download the software for free from Wordpress.org and install it on your server, there’s also the option to get a domain and hosting with WordPress.
The business plan costs about £20 a month (around $26, AU$36) and gives you full access to the theme store, unlimited storage space and a custom domain. That’s not a bad investment if you want to create a website and maintain it going forward. Infact I am using Wordpress for many websites of mine.
Designer @ Dino game
I use WordPress, next comes Joomla . For E-Commerce, I use Magento and than Open-Cart. All are open-source.
Always opt first for free CMS: Joomla / WordPress - or when building an online store I recommend OpenCart. Joomla gives you more freedom to add heavy components for your specific purposes.
I would not recommend a Flash based CMS.
Always make a responsive website though
I wouldn't even want to think on this one. WORDPRESS!!! It is easy for clients to learn and use yet robust enough.
Wordpress.. easy to handle,customize, SEO. also using magento,opencart for ecommerce.
I used to have both Wordpress and Typo3 (2 different sites 2 different audiences).
Wordpress is very popular. But popular does not mean top notch. It depends on what you want to do with it. Blogging near perfection, but a CMS needs to be able to do a lot more than a blog. One day they might get there.
Typo3: german technology. strong and disciplined, but maybe too much engineered.
Then I ran into Concrete 5. WISIWYG editing, simple, decent logins, blogs, frames that link into other sites, add-ons that work and do what they are supposed to do....
Kicking out all the rest and converting.
Mostly we use Wordpress. Google likes wordpress sites too which is an added advantage. It's probably the most popular answer answer because of ease of use combined with lots of support.