Whether you’re running a consultant agency or building a startup, your content and brand need a home for everything you produce. From sales pages to your products, or even your About page, the content management system you choose can make a big difference in growing your business and driving sales.
While WordPress may be the most well known CMS in the world, Webflow continues to establish itself as a powerful alternative for established and upcoming brands. In this article we’ll take a thorough look at both WordPress and Webflow to help choose the right option for you.
As is tradition with our other tool comparisons, this is not a dry feature-by-feature comparison of WordPress and Webflow. Both have their benefits and disadvantages depending on your needs and the type of business you run. That said, depending on your resources and team, both make a strong case for becoming your CMS that powers your business.
Why choosing the right CMS is so important
As with analytics or SEO tools,…