Content Management Systems (CMS)
The majority of companies, at the very least, will continually update News so that it is current. There is nothing worse than accessing a website that has stood stagnate for six years and still reports on the company golf day of 1999 or having to explain to a client that there has been a price increase and that what they view on the website is incorrect.
A Content Management System will help keep this under control.
The Content Management System Explained
There are usually two sections to the Content Management System, front end administration and backend administration. The front end is for company details such as About Us, Contact Details, Company Profile, Latest News etc and the back end is for product or service details and the attributes associated to these.
Note: This Content Management System “CMS” concerns those websites that are database driven only.
The user-friendly nature of the Content Management System “CMS” means that you do not have be an Einstein to administer changes.
If you have basic knowledge of Microsoft Word, then you can easily manage the CMS administration. Simple!
Content Management System features:
- Ability for client to add/update site content
- Add images, photos, videos, blog posts and more, from one central location.
- Ability to Upgrade system using modules, plugins and code snippets that significantly cut down development time and costs.
- A CMS system will also have the many additional capabilities that can be integrated in future phases (e.g. Forums, Polls, Knowledgebase, etc.) to make the site more interactive for the users.
- SEO friendly interfaces that have proven SEO success.
- Integrates with many Social Media networks in many different ways.