Weekly Video Show: WordPress.com, WordPress.org, or Concrete5 ?

Today we tackle the major question that is on the mind of every small business owner when they wake up and go to sleep at night: Which content management software do I use to manage my site or my blog. I’ll give you three choices in in this video, and I have no problem telling which one will make your life as easy as pie.


  1. franz 2010-06-13 at 11:24


    Thanks for the shoutout.

    We actually do offer hosting for folks who don’t want to host their own at http://concrete5.org, just check out the Get Started button on our home page. We’ll also support your concrete5 install so if you get stuck, we’ll help.

    You can build anything you want with concrete5, so while we don’t have a “blog” specific architecture out of the box, there’s any number of ways you can make that work. Everything is about flexibility and control with concrete5.

    Thanks again for taking the time to check out concrete5, I think your clients will indeed find it even simpler than wordpress, at least if they’re running a site and not a blog.

    ceo, concrete5.

  2. patrick 2010-06-13 at 11:27


    My pleasure. It looks like a great platform and I definitely need to improve my skills on it. Thanks for stopping by.


  3. Denis Vlasov 2010-07-01 at 19:51

    I like wordpress for blogging, but generally for websites concrete5 is definitely my certain choice.

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