If you don't know the term "Drupal," then this page probably isn't for you.
If you do know it, it means you've either used pages developed with Drupal, have a site that someone designed for you using Drupal or someone recommended that you build a site using Drupal.
Either way, I can help you out.
Drupal is one of those systems that can be as complex or as simple as you want it to be. You can set up a very nice looking site without a huge amount of fuss and manage a lot of the elements yourself. if, however, you have someone very familiar with the system supporting you, you can include a wide variety of content types: blogs, podcasts, image galleries and other elements can be built into the system but you can maintain the primary content of the system with a minimum of training and support.
The biggest advantage of Drupal is that once you have the site built, you don't need to rely on a developer or someone with a strong knowledge of HTML to maintain the content for you. You can update or adjust content on the fly without hassle and only pay the basic hosting fee unless you need something special (such as a script to parse all the MP3s you upload into a podcast, or to create a system for incorporating daily specials into a restaurant's web site).
Julie is the most responsive web developer I have ever had the pleasure of working with; she has consistently listened, responded and revised in exactly the ways I needed resulting in a much more effective product than I ever envisioned on my own. She understands how people process information and designs accordingly. She is skilled at using technology as a tool for teaching, communicating, and problem-solving. She understands how to program for results.
--Christina Manna Child Development Division, State of Vermont