How many of you like how many cms? My favorite is Drupal since it was built best for seo and traffic, but it is hard to understand and the links make so great.
WordPress an easier, but it is too easy to hack and was hacked thrice my blog.
I used Joomla long back and their clean themes make me greedy to use, but at that time my site was hacked 3 to 4 times. For this reason a friend of mine suggested to use Drupal. @Jason
I think you are more fond of using Xenforo forums, that's why I see you build so many forums. I too used paid version of VB, but they stopped in middle for updating and the scrip had more glitches.
I feel like WordPress is the best solution. The actual standalone CMS system like Joomla and Drupal to me are so under used that they aren’t worth it. I never see them being used. I always see WP being used. The software that tends to get used the most is the software that tends to get updated the most.
The main thing anybody ought to do when looking for a CMS is to plunk down and compose an organized rundown of the relative multitude of things they need their CMS to accomplish for them. Deal with an information base? How huge? Serve clients? What number of? Send takes note? Oversee access? With what amount of security? Would you like to modify the look and feel? Which dialects would you say you know about? The rundown should be comprehensive; you will absolutely be depleted when it is enough fleshed out.
I like wordpress. It is easy to use, can be used without coding, search engine friendly, and can be used for small, medium or big websites. You can use wordpress to create any kind of websites, from a blog to social networking site.