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Marc Trimble Director west7th.net [b] West7thDomains.net Hosting for NP's and NGO's worldwide.
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Today, all of the major Open Source CMS's work great for SEO.
Joomla and Drupal sites will rank fine for any keyword assuming your on-page and off-page SEO is done correctly and aggressively.
Competing for rank these days comes down to on-page optimization and back links regardless of what platform you use.
How do you do the SEO? Are the free plug-ins/add-ons generally good enough? Do you even need to deal with the plug-ins now? (i.e., Are the major CMSs good enough out of the box?)
It sounds like Marc is saying that the content and links are most important, so any platform with basic SEO functions should be fine.