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Toushi says

Now I know there can be no definitive “best” CMS , but I want to hear your opinions. I am looking into using a new CMS on my new website. So fire away…

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ATLChris says

I think it depends heavily on what your site does? Tell us a little more about your site for us to make the best recommendation!

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Toushi says

It’s my company website. I used expression engine before, but its, just kinda messy. I want something intuitive, beautiful, and flexible.

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peex says

The best cms is your own cms :) But you can always try WordPress :)

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kayapati says

For you as company website wordpress is best as you can manage pages and blog easily from here.

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KiaJavid says
It’s my company website. I used expression engine before, but its, just kinda messy. I want something intuitive, beautiful, and flexible.

I recommend Drupal.

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BulkyCranium says

Expression Engine is good if you get into it and customize it a bit. A few add-ons would be recommended, like LG htaccess to clean up the URLs and Wygwam for a WYSIWYG interface.

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CreativeMilk says

I have been using a couple of CMS tools, but the one that works the best for me is still WordPress.

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ATLChris says

I would say wordpress or Joomla. Both are very easy to work with and offer a super high level of customization.

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vasilios says

Weeell there is one… ;)

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