Are you a fan of WordPress? Or, novice to TYPO3 CMS? And, little eager to know what the difference is? Then, welcome to my blog, where you will see practical differences between two legendary CMS - TYPO3 and WordPress. This blog will guide you through a practical backend journey, TYPO3 Facts (instead of a boring theoretical thesis ;)
First of all, I want to let you know, Why am I inspired to write such a controversial blog? Because I've been with TYPO3 CMS for more than ten years. And, one thing always in mind, TYPO3 is not more popular because people never get a practical comparison between TYPO3 and famous CMS like WordPress.
Most of the CMS guys have bias and myths about TYPO3 eg., TYPO3 is a very complex system, it’s only suitable for Enterprise level sites, the only techies can deal with TYPO3 CMS, etc.
And, that influence caused lots of damage to TYPO3 CMS for years because non-techies (marketers, decision-makers) took a decision based on such perspective.
We have started t3planet.com with more focus on Ready to go-live TYPO3 Templates and TYPO3 SaaS solution to prove - TYPO3 is for everyone! TYPO3 is best suitable for everyone like editors, marketers, decision-makers, developers, etc. to make small to large-scale websites.
TYPO3 - The Quality CMS Since 1999.
Oh, dear reader, I know what’s in your mind like “WordPress is more popular than TYPO3 with 70% Market Share, then why are we comparing?”... I do agree with you, but this blog is not about market share. Some day, I’ll write about why TYPO3 fails to gain market share ;)
Here I want to share how TYPO3 is powerful compared to WordPress. Because in statistics, I can say “TYPO3 has 70% more powerful features than WordPress”.
You are still here and reading this article, it means you are a very curious person to explore something exciting ;) Let’s go!
These infographics below will help you to understand where TYPO3 is popular, which industry serves more by TYPO3 etc. Keep reading the blog to see real-time TYPO3 backend features that are more potent than WordPress CMS.
Thanks for reading my blog, I hope you found it exciting and learning something about TYPO3 ;)
Of course, I’m not saying “WordPress is bad”, but unfortunately TYPO3 did not get enough attention which it deserves as an OpenSource CMS. If you are a little convinced with the comparison as mentioned above and the features of TYPO3, then give a little try - I’m sure you will be more than happy :)
And, In the below comment box, Feel free to write any questions to initiate your TYPO3 journey. I’ll be pleased to assist you!