Content Management System (CMS)

By May 24, 2010 December 10th, 2015 Content

Leading search engines such as Google like dynamic sites, which regularly have new content added to them. The easy way to do this is to use a CMS (Content Management System). Arguably, the best type of CMS is one which you can access over the internet. This means that you are not bound to a specific machine, such as your laptop computer.

By having an internet-based CMS you will be able to login wherever you are and add new content to your website. If some disaster happens to your computer (i.e. a hard disk crash / it’s stolen), you can access your website from any computer with an internet connection.

In conclusion – having a CMS gives you a strategic advantage. Using one which is internet-based is the best choice.

2 Comments

  • Can you reccommend a good CMS?
    Currently looking at redesigning website and considering how to do it – retrain in dreamweaver or use a ‘package’ butnot sure if the packages are good enough or large enough for all the photos we want to use?

  • Nigel Temple says:

    Hi Jenny

    Thanks for asking this question. I have just sent you an email, by way of response.

    All the best, Nigel

    PS The main part of my answer is to use an online CMS, as this delivers a series of strategic advantages.

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