Sitecore vs Wordpress Comparison Chart

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Reviews

Anonymous
A verified reviewer

Highly customizable .NET based enterprise CMS with a bit of a learning curve

2018-01-09

For large enterprise operations with a fully staffed full time team to support this is a great option. Especially for small to medium multi-site environments. Scaling up from dozens to hundreds of sites however looks like it would be a challenge to govern content and code base.

Pros

For experienced .NET teams familiar with the Sitecore platform we can customize and extend virtually every feature of the CMS. Newer marketing automation features really enable us to take our marketing and retail based sites to a much higher level of sophistication with modern features like content personalization and real-time A/B testing etc.

Cons

It has also made outsourcing more experience than some other more common CMS systems like Wordpress or Drupal.

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Customer support

Time used: 2+ years

Frequency of use: Daily

Likelihood to recommend

7/10
Source: Capterra
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Sitecore
CMS and customer experience management
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Anonymous
(Higher Education company, 11-50 employees)

Best CMS for a content heavy site

2018-09-06

Wordpress has enabled my company to utilize our content better than Drupal ever let us. We have seen an increase in organic traffic and have been able to increase the number of conversions generated by mobile traffic.

Pros

As a digital marketer and web developing professional, I have found that Wordpress is the easiest yet flexible CMS I've used. I'm able to create a website, with either a custom or templatized looked, within a few hours. It is the ideal CMS to use when you're building a site for non-developer individuals as it can be built to have a block-like look on the backend and publishing a blog can take literally 5 minutes. The number of plugins available has grown tremendously over the past 5 years, enabling site owners to connect various 3rd party tools and change the look of their site without need to adapt the code.

Cons

While plugins offer a 'simple' way of changing the look of your site, you are much more limited in the design aspect than if you were to use a different CMS, like Drupal or Sitecore. If you're not contracting a web developer to build a custom template for you, you're also limited to the templates they offer ( or buying a template) and creating a website similar to other.

Rating breakdown

Value for money
Ease of use
Features
Customer support

Time used: 2+ years

Frequency of use: Daily

Likelihood to recommend

8/10
Source: Capterra
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Wordpress Reviews
Wordpress
Website creation and publishing platform
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