WordPress is the most widely-used CMS in the world. With a broad spectrum of third-party themes and plugins, even the most inexperienced users can plug and play immediately.
If you’re building a small website or would prefer to avoid the overly technical work involved in development, WordPress is the ideal choice for you. With WordPress, you’re getting a suit off the rack. The framework has been decided for you, and with a few minor alterations, it’s still a pretty nice suit.
Sites that Use WordPress:
Drupal is a content management framework, meaning that the structure is there – and you add the rest. Drupal is ideal for websites functioning on the enterprise level, with large groups of people working together across different departments who require granular role-based permissions and workflow tools that go beyond a simple CMS. Drupal also has a wide array of third-party modules that can cut down on development time. With a little extra work, page templates can be easily built using widgets and content boxes thus providing the flexibility a content management framework should. With the right tailors (developers), this suit is going to fit in all the right places.
Sites that Use Drupal: