Drupal developers tend to believe that migrating from Drupal to WordPress will be a painful experience and that WordPress cannot compete with Drupal’s features. Both views are incorrect.
WordPress is actually easier than you think to migrate to while the CMS contains many of the features that you rely on with Drupal thanks to Toolset. Furthermore, with the combination of Toolset and WordPress, it is much easier to build these advanced features than on Drupal.
Struggling to make the decision between WordPress vs. Joomla vs. Drupal? Choosing a content management system (CMS) is one of the biggest decisions facing your fledgling website. It’s the foundation that will power your site for years to come – so you absolutely need to put in the research time before you make a decision.
Moving posts from your old CMS to WordPress is a breeze with the WP RSS Aggregator plugin. In this post, we’ll show you how to move all of your posts and articles from both Joomla and Drupal onto your new WordPress site with the Feed to Post add-on.
If you think about a CMS platform, what names automatically come to your mind? In 99% of cases, it’s WordPress and Joomla. These are the most popular content management systems in the world, that control almost 65% of the CMS market. However, Google Trends demonstrates clearly that since 2010 (the release of WordPress 3, which actually turned it into a full featured CMS from a blogging platform) the demand for WordPress has grown and now it wins over Joomla in popularity.
More and more people every day decide to quit Drupal and embrace WordPress. Taking the decision is easy, the actual migration to Wordpress, not so much. Go Wordpress is a service specialized in helping companies to move to WordPress from Drupal (and from any other CMSs like Joomla, Sitefinity, PHP-Nuke, Yola,…), offering two predefined migrations plans and a tailor-made “all you need” conversion to WP option. With close to one million posts migrated in 2012, we’ll be able to help you no matter how complex your current site is.