Published June 11, 2018
On this episode of 'Inbound & Down,' co-hosts Jon Sasala and Danielle Esposito are joined by Morey Creative Studios Senior Designer Jon Chim for a discussion about the similarities and differences between content management systems HubSpot and WordPress, to determine "the best."
Today we have a showdown of epic proportions: HubSpot vs. WordPress.
These are two great Content Management Systems (CMS) with plenty to offer. Deciding which is the best to build your website on boils down to answering one key question: What do you want your website to do? This inquiry defines which CMS is most likely right for you, because when all's said and done, neither platform is "better." What matters is what's better for you.
Are you building your site specifically to have an online presence and place for people to visit? If so, WordPress might be your best route.
Do you want your site to function as your best employee, working 24/7 to nurture leads, close deals, and anything in between? If so, HubSpot is for you.
See? Both platforms have inherent value and multiple capabilities to explore. Neither is intrinsically better overall, but there are competitive advantages to some features. For a more in-depth view of WordPress and HubSpot, listen to this week's episode!
HubSpot and WordPress are both content management systems where you can build your website.
Both possess similarities and differences—a major one being that HubSpot is more of a marketing platform. This enables users to not only build a website, but gather associated analytics to make strategy-based decisions.
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