Content Management System -CMS
Years ago we were visiting websites that were "static", meaning, the content stayed the same and the website acted as simply on online flyer or brochure. If a website owner wanted to make a change or addition, they would call the web developer and have to pay to have text changed or an image added, etc. My, how things have changed.
A CMS is easily the best system for anyone that has a site with frequently changing content. Whether you have one person responsible for updating the website or if you have multiple users updating content from all over the world, the CMS is the only way that you'd be able to keep your website organized, clean, and user-friendly.
Although not every website needs to be updated frequently, if you want control of the content of your website to be right at your fingertips, you'll want to employ a CMS.
Some questions to ask yourself to decide if you need a CMS are:
- Do you currently have to call a website developer to make updates?
- Is the website developer slow at providing your updates?
- Do you have multiple people that would be helping to keep your website updated?
- Am I paying money just to keep my website fresh?
If the answer to any or all of these questions was a "yes", then a CMS is exactly what is needed to make your website stay fresh and stay ahead of your competition.
With a CMS in place, there is no need to rely on having to call someone and hope that they are responsive in order to update your website. You can be in control. There may be a structural tweak here or there that requires the attention of a developer but general content and everyday changes are up to you.
Advantages Of CMS
Let 10KeysMedia show you how a CMS can put you in control of your website and save you money.
If you are not comfortable updating your website or you're just too busy and need someone to trust with updating your content, 10KeysMedia will be there to keep you website up to date.