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comparison of Drupal vs. WordPress.org
based on data from user reviews. Drupal rates 3.7/5 stars with 278 reviews. WordPress.org rates 4.3/5 stars with 6,795 reviews. Each product's score is calculated by real-time data from verified user reviews.

Pricing

 
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Drupal
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WordPress.org
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Ratings

Meets Requirements
Meets Requirements
8.2
8.7
Ease of Use
Ease of Use
6.5
8.2
Ease of Setup
Ease of Setup
6.5
8.1
Ease of Admin
Ease of Admin
7.0
8.5
Quality of Support
Quality of Support
7.2
7.7
Ease of Doing Business With
Ease of Doing Business With
7.5
8.4
Product Direction (% positive)
Product Direction (% positive)
6.4
7.9
Meets Requirements
Drupal
8.2
WordPress.org
8.7
Ease of Use
Drupal
6.5
WordPress.org
8.2
Ease of Setup
Drupal
6.5
WordPress.org
8.1
Ease of Admin
Drupal
7.0
WordPress.org
8.5
Quality of Support
Drupal
7.2
WordPress.org
7.7
Ease of Doing Business With
Drupal
7.5
WordPress.org
8.4
Product Direction (% positive)
Drupal
6.4
WordPress.org
7.9

Features

Content
Content Authoring
Drupal
8.2
WordPress.org
8.9
Rich Text Editor
Drupal
7.7
WordPress.org
8.5
Versioning
Drupal
7.8
WordPress.org
8.2
Plug-ins/Widgets/Apps
Drupal
7.9
WordPress.org
8.5
Approval Process
Drupal
7.6
WordPress.org
8.5
Content Queue
Drupal
7.6
WordPress.org
8.4
Asset Management
Drupal
7.1
WordPress.org
8.0
Internal Search
Drupal
7.3
WordPress.org
7.9
Content Repository
Drupal
7.8
WordPress.org
8.3
Design
Breadth of Pre-Built Templates
Drupal
7.0
WordPress.org
8.3
Mobile
Drupal
7.4
WordPress.org
8.3
Branding/Themes
Drupal
7.5
WordPress.org
8.4
Customization
Drupal
8.2
WordPress.org
8.4
Platform
User Community
Drupal
8.5
WordPress.org
8.5
SEO
Drupal
7.9
WordPress.org
8.4
Flexible Navigation Structures
Drupal
8.0
WordPress.org
8.2
User, Role, and Access Management
Drupal
8.5
WordPress.org
8.5
Enterprise Scalability
Drupal
8.4
WordPress.org
8.1
Internationalization
Drupal
8.1
WordPress.org
8.2
Dashboards and Reports
Drupal
7.4
WordPress.org
8.2
API / Integrations
Drupal
8.1
WordPress.org
8.3

Reviewers' Company Size

Small-Business (50 or fewer emp.)
Small-Business
(50 or fewer emp.)
40.4%
71.7%
Mid-Market (51-1000 emp.)
Mid-Market
(51-1000 emp.)
34.7%
18.5%
Enterprise (> 1000 emp.)
Enterprise
(> 1000 emp.)
24.9%
9.9%
Drupal
Small-Business
40.4%
Mid-Market
34.7%
Enterprise
24.9%
WordPress.org
Small-Business
71.7%
Mid-Market
18.5%
Enterprise
9.9%

Reviewers' Industry

 
Information Technology and Services
13.0%
Marketing and Advertising
11.4%
 
Higher Education
9.5%
Information Technology and Services
6.2%
 
Marketing and Advertising
8.4%
Higher Education
5.3%
 
Computer Software
7.1%
Computer Software
4.8%
 
Internet
5.4%
Internet
4.1%
 
Other
56.5%
Other
68.1%
Drupal
Information Technology and Services
13.0%
Higher Education
9.5%
Marketing and Advertising
8.4%
Computer Software
7.1%
Internet
5.4%
Other
56.5%
WordPress.org
Marketing and Advertising
11.4%
Information Technology and Services
6.2%
Higher Education
5.3%
Computer Software
4.8%
Internet
4.1%
Other
68.1%

Reviews

Most Helpful Favorable Review
Most Helpful Favorable Review
Emilee C.
Agency in Marketing and Advertising

As an agency who builds websites constantly, we've found that Drupal gives us the most flexibility to be creative and design stunning websites that are also technically sound and easy to manage on the back end.

Kevin M.
Administrator in Information Technology and Services

I can't see any reason to use another platform. Every designer, web developer, SEO hand and intern you meet will have used this platform before. You don't need to reinvent the wheel. Use the tools that your potential hires already know how to use!

Most Helpful Critical Review
Most Helpful Critical Review
Jessica P.
User in Financial Services

You get what you pay for though. Unless you know your way around Drupal, have tech savvy folks who can utilize the system and designers who create a website for you that is easy to update, you may have trouble. It's important to keep with the updates, as...

Raviraj R.
User in Information Technology and Services

The free version doesn't allow embedding Java Scripts and other applets which kinds of restricts its scalability. Lot's of spam comments are observed in wordpress blogs, though it distinguishes the spammer's but yet we need to read between each comments to...

 
Drupal
Most Helpful Favorable Review
Emilee C.
Agency in Marketing and Advertising

As an agency who builds websites constantly, we've found that Drupal gives us the most flexibility to be creative and design stunning websites that are also technically sound and easy to manage on the back end.

Most Helpful Critical Review
Jessica P.
User in Financial Services

You get what you pay for though. Unless you know your way around Drupal, have tech savvy folks who can utilize the system and designers who create a website for you that is easy to update, you may have trouble. It's important to keep with the updates, as...

WordPress.org
Most Helpful Favorable Review
Kevin M.
Administrator in Information Technology and Services

I can't see any reason to use another platform. Every designer, web developer, SEO hand and intern you meet will have used this platform before. You don't need to reinvent the wheel. Use the tools that your potential hires already know how to use!

Most Helpful Critical Review
Raviraj R.
User in Information Technology and Services

The free version doesn't allow embedding Java Scripts and other applets which kinds of restricts its scalability. Lot's of spam comments are observed in wordpress blogs, though it distinguishes the spammer's but yet we need to read between each comments to...

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