If you’re reading this, you’re likely comparing Drupal to other popular content management systems (WordPress?), and it’s true that Drupal looks more technically challenging up front, but there’s a reason for that. Contained in that complexity is a deeper level of functionality. Drupal contains taxonomies, content types, blocks, views, and more that all lend to a more powerful and customizable platform.
Because Drupal was built for developers by developers, it can seem intimidating, but built in a simplified Management Framework that enables non-technical users to update and maintain content across the site.