In a previous article, we talked about what Drupal is and what it is used for.

Today, we're going to review the advantages and explain why and in which cases we recommend using Drupal for your website.

In general, when we talk about Drupal, we are referring to a content management system that provides flexibility in managing your site, as well as the functionality that can be added (both during development and in later stages).

Drupal allows you to develop a solid, robust, flexible, secure, and scalable website, which are several advantages to consider right from the start.

Depending on the type of site you want to create, with Drupal, you will be able to enhance your message on the Internet, generate leads, gather valuable information, sell your services or products, communicate extensively whatever you need, and perform any useful action for your company, organization, or project.

There are many things that can be done with Drupal, and the best part is that you will have control over your website if you desire it. In other words, you will have access to the site to create, modify, or delete content at any time of the day and year.

At DrupalSoul, we specialize in Drupal and propose the use of this platform especially when:

  • You are going to have a website with a significant amount of content that is updated periodically. For example, we can think of university portals, digital media outlets, organizations that need to communicate continuously with their members, etc.

  • You need to delegate content administration to multiple people. This is key because Drupal allows you to generate different user roles with different permissions, which is very versatile.

  • You want to include diverse functionality. For example, we can think of different forms to gather information, lead generation, surveys, registration functionality, etc.

  • The site is going to receive or already receives a high volume of visitors. Another advantage of Drupal is that it has a good performance system to optimize site performance and make it more agile for navigation.

These are some of the reasons why you should use Drupal for your website. For more information, we invite you to read a complementary article on When it is appropriate to use Drupal.