Trying to decide which content management system to use?
It's a tough choice. With the market saturated in CMS options (e.g., WordPress, HubSpot, Drupal, Joomla, etc.) picking the right one can seem daunting. After all, the CMS you choose is going to impact your entire site's infrastructure, from SEO to design.
Don't stress! While both WordPress and HubSpot are solid options, they are wildly different. But, there's no "right" or "wrong" choice when it comes to picking your CMS. It will depend on your needs, goals, and strategies.
Here's the problem. A quick Google search for "WordPress vs. HubSpot" is going to give you a bunch of results that are extremely one-sided. Today, we're going to provide you with a neutral break down of both of these CMS options and give you the details you need to make an informed choice.
To be transparent, we are a HubSpot partner. But, we have used WordPress plenty of times in the past, and we have a good grasp of the differences between the two content management systems.
While we're still going to touch on the main points (i.e., cost, security, SEO, marketing, support, etc.), we aren't going to declare a "winner" in each category. We're giving you the information. You form your own opinion.
If you run a business, you've probably heard of digital marketing agencies before. But, what exactly do they do? Sure, digital marketing agencies, well, market your brand, but what does that consist of?
This article is a summary of the presentation talk by Juliana Nicholson from HubSpot at the HubSpot User Group Meeting in June 2018. The full transcript of the talk and the video presentation can be seen by following this link.