Content Management Systems, or CMS for short, are great. They allow you to create blogs on your own domains. But, increasingly CMS' are being utilized for much more than just blogs. Whole websites are being built with a CMS as the platform of choice.

This is because CMS' more than not are open-source platforms that benefit from large developer bases. Plug-ins or extensions have and are being developed that are powerful and often free. Plus, CMS tend to be more SEO friendly than other website building alternatives.

Some people, including me, believe that template website building tools and stand-alone desktop website building software are endangered. Websites built with CMS are an increasingly large percentage of websites on the internet today.

Our favorite CMS at website hosting reviews is Wordpress. Ironically, this website is actually built with Joomla. However, if we had to do it all over again, we would have built this site leveraging Wordpress. The New York Times is one example of a major website that uses Wordpress.

We've compiled a list of the top content management systems. Click on the links to find out more about the CMS, and also to locate the best web hosting for the particular CMS. After all, web hosts tend to specialize and perhaps their web servers or customer support expertise isn't as high with a particular CMS.

Best CMS Web Hosting 2017| Content Management System Web Hosts

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