It's been years that I have been using Moodle LMS but as you know sometimes we decide to use moodle with another CMSs like Drupal or Joomla which are well designed to be a CMS not LMS.
We have better SEO in CMSs, better communication with member via social networks, better CRMs, better Multilingual features and ....
For years I had used Joomla CMS and my main website of my www.domain.com and I used www.domain.com/moodle for my Moodle LMS.
I used Joomdle to integrate the databases together.
Until now that I have decided to ruin everything to build a better infrastructure again.
Why? Because nowadays Moodle support mobile app which can be very helpful, so instead of forcing Members to register on Joomla website on web browser First and then log into the moodle CMS via App. We have the possibility of registering members directly from Moodle App inside mooodle.
So how can I use the other features of a CMS?
Let's say that members come to the website or they download the application and register directly to my moodle website at www.domain.com (which is moodle) then, is it a good idea to push them to another page like www.domain.com/joomla for other purposes . (Note that this page is not an application it is just mobile friendly).
now I am very very confused about deciding with method is better than the other one. Registering first on moodle and use joomla or registering first on joomla and log into moodle Or there may be another third possibillity I get rid of any CMS and I focus on LMS alone, but I'm afraid I may lose some students conversions.
What do you think? Any suggestion?