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Content Management Systems (CMS)

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Every visit to your website is an opportunity to gain another customer. To ensure a good user experience it’s important that the website content is accurate and up-to-date. Maintaining content for large websites is a complicated process. In the past this process of creating, publishing and managing content was very timely and costly. With today’s advances in technology content management systems have streamlined this process very efficiently.

What are content management systems?
A content management system (CMS) is a comprehensive solution for managing web content throughout its lifecycle. A CMS makes it simple and efficient for organizations to create, edit, publish and manage content from a single source and users don’t have to have knowledge of complex programming languages.

Benefits of using a CMS
  • Quickly and efficiently update website content.
  • Effectively manage accuracy and consistency of content across the complete network.
  • Reduce costs by eliminating the need for expensive personnel to maintain website.
  • Streamline workflow with functions like templates and automatic deployment of content.
Features of a CMS
Some of the main features of an effective CMS are:
  • Interactive Polls
  • Newsletters & Press Releases
  • File Management & Sharing
  • User Registration
If your website’s content needs updating frequently or you need to maintain a network of sites, a CMS will give you an automated workflow and approval process that allows you to create, publish and manage fresh content


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