1. Content Management
User-friendly CMS with a wide range of plugins and themes.
More complex, but flexible CMS that requires coding knowledge.
2. Built-in SEO options
Has several built-in SEO tools and features.
Offers fewer built-in SEO options than WordPress.
3. SEO plugins &
Large ecosystem of SEO plugins and resources available.
Fewer SEO plugins and resources available than WordPress.
4. Custom routing URLs
Allows users to create custom permalinks
Allows developers to easily create custom routing URLs.
5. Ease of use for SEO
Designed to be user-friendly and easy to use for implementing SEO strategies
May require more technical expertise to implement SEO strategies than WordPress.
6. Site Speed
Good speed optimization options with plugins and caching. Easily customized.
Fast due to its lightweight structure and minimalistic approach.
7. Code Optimization
Good coding practices, but can be slowed down by plugins and themes.
Excellent coding standards and optimization options for code.
Offers a wide range of customization options with themes and plugins.
Highly customizable with extensive support for custom code and features.
Requires plugins and updates to maintain security.
Offers robust security features and options for customization.
10. Community Support
Large, active community with plenty of support and resources.
Smaller, but dedicated community with focused support and resources.