Top 13 CMS Platforms (2022)

13 best Content Management Systems (CMS) platforms that bloggers and developers should use for website development. They include CMS used by big companies, small businesses, enterprises, learning institutions, and personal blogs. The CMS listed below are best known for SEO-friendly, page load speed, mobile-friendly, ready API, ease of use e.t.c. We have ranked CMS platforms according to popularity and performance.

1. WordPress

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WordPress.org is an SEO-friendly free and Opensource content management system (CMS) platform that has been used to build over 31% of existing websites. WordPress.org CMS is majorly used by bloggers and small businesses to create blogs. WordPress.org has three main building features core files, plugins, and themes.

Website: Wordpress.org

2. Shopify

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Shopify is one of the best paid eCommerce content management system (CMS) platform.

Website: shopify.com

3. Wix

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Wix is a freemium content management system (CMS) platform that is used to build websites easily through drag and drop.

Website: wix.com

4. Squarespace

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Squarespace is a premium website builder that is used by small businesses, photographers, bloggers, artists, musicians, weddings, and students to create their websites. The unique thing with Squarespace is that most of its features are inbuilt. For example, it comes with an advanced built-in membership area that you can use to create members-only content without installing any app.

Website: squarespace.com

5. Blogger

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Blogger is a hosted free content management system (CMS) platform.

Website: blogger.com

6. BigCommerce

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BigCommerce is a subscription based content management system (CMS) platform for eCommerce websites.

Website: bigcommerce.com

7. Magento

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Magento is one of the best a open source ecommerce content management system (CMS) platform. It was acquired by Adobe in June 2018.

Website: magento.com

8. Drupal

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Drupal is a free content management system (CMS) platform that powers most higher education websites and heavy traffic websites like BBC, NBC, whitehouse.gov, Oxford University, e.t.c.

Website: drupal.org

9. Prestashop

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Prestashop is a freemium ecommerce content management system (CMS) platform.

Website: prestashop.com

10. Joomla

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Joomla is an open source content management system (CMS) platform that is used to build blogs. It powers about 2 million small businesses, learning institutions and company websites.

Website: joomla.org

11. MediaWiki

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MediaWiki is an open source content management system (CMS) platform that powers wikipedia. It is used for creating wiki websites.

Website: mediawiki.org

12. Agility

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Agility CMS is a headless content management system (CMS) platform.

Website: agilitycms.com

13. B2evolution

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B2evolution is a free open-source content management system (CMS) platform.

Website: b2evolution.net

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