In order to improve the experience of handling the information stored on your website you need a Content Management System (CMS) that fits your business needs and automates the process to optimal levels of efficiency.
"Sitecore vs Drupal" – it's a tricky topic, but one differentiator is critical:
Drupal is free, and built by a worldwide community. Sitecore has licensing fees, and is built by a company.
So what? Some will mention how Sitecore saves development costs by providing more features "out of the box" in its core.
The digital landscape is changing, and with it are increasing demands on content management systems (CMSes) and organizations to keep pace with consumer needs. Users are demanding more personalized experiences, greater connectivity between devices, and more interactive elements in their web experiences. Organizations want websites that grow with your digital technology and business needs and help you achieve your goals.
We love both Drupal and WordPress here at Origin Eight – we work with them about half-and-half on a daily basis across many industries, which gives us tons of great insight into the advantages and pitfalls of both platforms.
Landing pages are typically standalone web pages designed to funnel visitors to other pages or for lead generation. Your clients/customers may come to these pages from myriad sources including ads, social media or other marketing channels.