It’s quite simply a software application which enables you to create and modify any digital content. In a Content Management System or CMS you create, publish, organize and manage your online content. It’s built with multiple layers, separating presentation (web editor) from the more technical (programmer) layers. Web editors are facilitated with tools for the creation of content, the publishing of content, and, storing of content.
When CMSs was in it’s infancy people used it because it saved them money, they could update their own websites without going to a web company to do it for them. Today however it’s not only about updating content but creating multiple layers of content. When you think about content you need to think about your audience, whilst it’s true that a large part of your audience like the same things they still have different preferences. Some like content long, some short, some like infographics, others like video, the landscape of content is ever changing and thus content management systems are the best approach if you want to stay ahead of the curve.
Compare Content Management Systems
We support multiple content management systems, WordPress, Dot Net Nuke and Sitefinity. But how do you know which CMS to choose? First of all let’s look at comparing the different Content Management Systems:
Works well as an ecommerce solution
Easily scalable and customizable
Excellent SEO and online marketing capabilities
Simple, user-friendly content management
Good for multi-purpose websites
Not recommended for customized sites with complex features
Not recommended for ecommerce solutions
Paid solution, rapid development, overall really good