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Membership Software: aMember Pro
CMS: Joomla
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Forum: Fireboard
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Drupal (click to read reviews)

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Price: Free- Open Source
Installation: You need to install yourself.
Trial Version: free
Support: Forums
Required Software: PHP, mysql
Description:

With many modules (extra add on features), such as blogs, voting, and reviews, Drupal is a very good basic CMS system.

Beginners with some PHP knowledge can install, but for customization, I recommend it for intermediate and advanced users. 

 

6Reviews: 1

Joomla (click to read reviews)

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Price: Free- Open Source
Installation: Some webhosts have joomla preinstalled. There are also some automated install solutions. Otherwise you will need to install yourself.
Trial Version: Free
Support: Forums
Required Software: PHP, mysql
Description:

Very well made CMS system. An offshot of mambo, it is more up to date and with more components and modules.

 
You can add functionality, such as forums, revies, voting, surveys, etc...

Recommended for intermediate to advanced users.

8Reviews: 1

WordPress (click to read reviews)

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Price: Free- Open Source
Installation: Some webhosts have Wordpress preinstalled. There are also some automated install solutions. Otherwise you will need to install yourself.
Trial Version: Free
Support: Forums
Required Software: PHP, mysql
Description:

WordPress was originally made to be a blogging system. However, many people are now using it as a CMS for membership sites.

There are many plugins/modules avaialble to extend the funtionalit.

Because of its popularity, Wordpress has become a target of hack attacks. You do need to keep it updated regulary. 

10Reviews: 1
 
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