We all need to be able to manage our website content in efficient ways. Drupal is a free, open-source web content management framework built on PHP. It is a great software to use because it allows easy creation, scaling, and management of your site.
Many people ask about the differences between Drupal and WordPress. Despite being older than WordPress, Drupal (introduced to the world in 2000) only serves as the foundation for 13% of the world’s top 10,000 web pages. But don’t be deterred by that number: that’s still plenty, as there are a lot of web pages in the world! Some Drupal sites include big players such as Nasa.gov and Economist.com.
At the end of the day, whether you use Drupal or WordPress will depend on your needs, your preferences, and the expertise you have at your fingertips.