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Joomla is somewhere between WordPress and Drupal in terms of difficulty. It’s slightly more simple than Drupal, but has a bigger learning curve than WordPress. If you want to build something more complex, try Joomla. Fact: As of February 2014, Joomla has been downloaded over 50 million times. (wikipedia)
I wouldn’t suggest Drupal for a beginner, but it’s certainly a very powerful website building platform. If you want to learn how to set up a basic Drupal site, read this guide. Fact: As of February 2014 more than 1,015,000 sites used Drupal. (wikipedia)
With WordPress, you’ll be able to make a blog, too. It’s pretty similar to creating a website with WordPress, but there are some minor things you’ll need to know. If you want to start a blog, look no further than this guide. Fact: The term “weblog” was coined by John Barger. (wikipedia)
If you don’t want to use WordPress, Joomla or Drupal to build your website, you can also try do it yourself with the help of website builders. In this post, I’ve reviewed 10 different website builders. Fact: Geocities was one of the first more modern website builders that didn’t require any technical skills. (wikipedia)