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Which CMS is best for SEO?

Discussion in 'Content Management' started by clash, Jun 6, 2010.

  1. desaturasi

    desaturasi Peon

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    #41
    vote for wordpress
    SEMrush
     
    desaturasi, Nov 4, 2010 IP
    SEMrush
  2. seoamit04

    seoamit04 Peon

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    #42
    Yes, i am totally appreciate with your answer, Wordpress is not a CMS
     
    seoamit04, Nov 4, 2010 IP
  3. Plato

    Plato Active Member

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    #43
    How is it not a CMS? WordPress fulfills every definition of a content management system, and some. Don't let it's blog branding confuse you. With plugins and add-ons, WordPress can easily be rigged to perform as any kind of site.

    My votes for WordPress.
     
    Plato, Nov 5, 2010 IP
  4. 321Hosted

    321Hosted Peon

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    #44
    I guess it all comes down to a metter of opinion really but, in my opinion, Wordpress is best for straight out of the box. You can do some editing to Joomla that can make it an SEO powerhouse but, straight out of the box it's Wordpress for sure!
     
    321Hosted, Nov 6, 2010 IP
  5. ejones222

    ejones222 Member

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    #45
    Wordpress technically isn't a CMS in can be coded to mimic a CMS website perfectly.
     
    ejones222, Nov 9, 2010 IP
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    richrf Active Member

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    #46
    Since there is no universally accepted definition of a Content Management System, any application that manages content can be considered a CMS. WordPress is an extensible CMS that contains quite a bit of functionality (e.g. blog, video sites, social networking, image sites, etc.) within its framework. The framework may not be as flexible as other frameworks, but there are advantages to WordPress's approach, e.g stability, reliability, ease-of-installation, ease-of-use, backward compatibility between versions, etc.

    I have looked at other packages going up and down the chain in flexibility and stability, and I believe WordPress is an excellent blend. Personally, if I can't do it with WordPress, I would probably build it from scratch because I simply do not trust the other packages.

    As far as SEO is concerned, it is very complicated nowadays because Google's algorithms have become very sophisticated and uses many inputs including actual traffic metrics. For this reason, I use plugins on my blog that increase the amount of time a visitor spends on my site (e.g. Popular Posts, Related Posts, etc.) as well as increase load time speeds. Here is a complete list of plugins that I use:

    22 Best Must Have WordPress Plugins

    I also have a post on SEO that might be interesting since I talk about how Google now utilizes a wide variety of visitor traffic metrics to make judgments about SERP:

    Best Google SEO Checklist

    I hope these are useful posts.
     
    richrf, Nov 10, 2010 IP
  7. exaltweb

    exaltweb Peon

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    #47
    WordPress is the best solution for that. Joomla has a massive array of superior design features and components that not only make it look better than WordPress allow you to extend and grow your site more.
     
    exaltweb, Nov 14, 2010 IP
  8. chems

    chems Greenhorn

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    #48
    wordpress is not a cms, but i think it's the most se optimised one
    the last thing to mention in seo capability is joomla (i hate its seo)
     
    chems, Nov 15, 2010 IP
  9. d002010wilson

    d002010wilson Peon

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    #49
    Wordpress is not an CMS, but with it's functionality, it can be considered as one. It's good for SEO though
     
    d002010wilson, Nov 16, 2010 IP
  10. lely

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    #50
    Wordpress is the best SEO,although I don't know what is CMS,I like the SEO.
     
    lely, Nov 18, 2010 IP
  11. jeyaganesh.n

    jeyaganesh.n Peon

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    #51
    Google loves Wordpress.

    Any other questions ?:)
     
    jeyaganesh.n, Nov 19, 2010 IP
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    DrowRanger93 Peon

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    #52
    Wordpress or DLE I would say.
     
    DrowRanger93, Nov 20, 2010 IP
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    TYCP Active Member

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    #53
    Wordpress, hands down.



    It's not a CMS though. Yeah, it can be turned into one, but right out of the box, it's not. Even Matt says this.
     
    TYCP, Nov 20, 2010 IP
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    phoenixs_boys Active Member

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    #54
    wordpress easy use, easy building template by artister
     
    phoenixs_boys, Nov 21, 2010 IP
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    komrad Notable Member

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    #55
    Try cmsqlite at cmsqlite.com . It's very light with sqlite database.
     
    komrad, Nov 21, 2010 IP
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    #56
    You can easily optimise WordPress site to achieve the ranking your looking for, for your targeted keywords. WordPress offers a wide range of SEO tools, which can help you optimize all the aspects of the site, from Meta Details to even creating an automatic site map.
    Wordpresss is also built in a way that its Search engine friendly, at the end of the day Search engines like Wordpress and Wordpress like Search Engines.
    If your serious about SEO and looking for a good CMS i would recommend Wordpress above others.
     
    Wasim Ismail, Nov 24, 2010 IP
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    khan0072 Member

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    #57
    for seo and quickly come on google search engine ..... its wordpress ....
     
    khan0072, Nov 30, 2010 IP
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    #58
    I've got to say, it's wordpress hands down. ;)
     
    Buax, Nov 30, 2010 IP
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    mephisto73 Greenhorn

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    #59
    OUt of the box, I've had great luck with wordpress, but in the end Google doesn't care (or even know) what CSM you are using. You can have Joomla output exactly the same HTML as WP. It's more of a developer thing - one has to know how to optimize for SEO purposes.
     
    mephisto73, Dec 1, 2010 IP
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    visuallemon Greenhorn

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    #60
    drupal is really powerfull it got like 50 modules to improve your websites seo
     
    visuallemon, Dec 1, 2010 IP