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I built my first WordPress site, a blog, about 10 years ago. Wrote most of the code myself. To this day, I still manage most of my personal Web properties with the open-source CMS, which runs nearly 25 percent of all websites. But when I get asked where a company that has purchased or is purchasing HubSpot should build its website, I always say HubSpot.
From a development perspective, and even a community perspective with the growing number of HubSpot users and partners, there are only a few notable differences between the platforms. However, there aren’t enough differences to write a blog about anymore. Yes, WordPress has more database functionality, and yes, HubSpot has the security and stability of a managed SaaS platform. But is that enough to debate WordPress or HubSpot?