CMS and SEO: The Benefits of Looking for an Effective Online Marketing Tandem

Building a compelling and user-friendly website is a challenging task. Web developers and business owners alike unearths their resourcefulness and creative abilities to create an online page that future online clients will enjoy browsing. To produce high quality page that Internet users would be glad navigating, business owners must select a capable web-designer to do… Continue reading CMS and SEO: The Benefits of Looking for an Effective Online Marketing Tandem

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WordPress – Common Usage & Advantages as a Content Management System

Almost twenty percent of websites published today run on WordPress. Although usually associated with blogging, WordPress is the most commonly used and most highly recognized content management system in the world and is the platform of choice for everything, from small business sites, portfolios & large news and reporting style websites. There are many advantages… Continue reading WordPress – Common Usage & Advantages as a Content Management System

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DotNetNuke for Web Content Management

The most popular web content management systems (CMS) run upon a web stack that reflects their origins as having evolved out of predominant open source web-technologies. Apache, MySQL, and PHP (which generally run on Linux but are not constrained to it) are the foundation of the most widely-known CMS platforms because they were the most effective way… Continue reading DotNetNuke for Web Content Management

Drupal for Enterprise Content Management

Drupal is well-known as a web content management system (CMS) that has adopters ranging from novice administrators all the way to Amnesty International and the White House. Its high adaptability gives it wide, effective use in many problem domains. There is a growing application for Drupal that happens to be one traditionally filled by proprietary… Continue reading Drupal for Enterprise Content Management

The Economist’s Transition to Open Source Web Content Management

The Economist, the well-known print periodical that covers politics and global affairs from a fairly academic level, has maintained an online presence since 1996. However, until 2008, www.economist.com was regarded as a web-based companion to the print edition that offered some online-exclusive content but was more or less a requisite internet-hub for a journal with an established reputation.… Continue reading The Economist’s Transition to Open Source Web Content Management

A Close Look at Joomla: How Does it Compare to WordPress and Drupal?

WordPress gets a fair bit of publicity as the most widely installed content management system (CMS). Drupal, another popular CMS, is widely known but technically thought of more as a “content management framework” because it is a little heavier on the technical side and taking advantage of it requires a bit of a learning curve. Where does… Continue reading A Close Look at Joomla: How Does it Compare to WordPress and Drupal?

Content Management Systems – A Look at Drupal

It is generally held that there is a “big three” of content management systems: WordPress, Joomla and Drupal. Each one of these platforms is open source, built from PHP, easy to install on a host or web server, and is extensible with themes and third-party extensions. Each has its own strengths and weaknesses, but out of… Continue reading Content Management Systems – A Look at Drupal

Choosing the Right Content Management Systems For Any Site

Many sites today utilize a content management system for various reasons. A CMS can help your site get running quick; a CMS organizes and maintains data easily for webmasters and visitors; and, many systems are extensible with a wide variety of third-party plugins, widgets, and applications. With such powerful benefits, choosing to use a CMS… Continue reading Choosing the Right Content Management Systems For Any Site

Content Management Systems – The Rise And Popularity Of WordPress

WordPress owns 15% market share 15 out of 100 domains on the Internet today are powered by WordPress, one of the content management systems available on open source. That means that the code is readable. You can see the entire programming logic of how a WordPress website is built. Advantages of an open source CMS The great… Continue reading Content Management Systems – The Rise And Popularity Of WordPress

Web Content Management Systems Keep Pace With Users

Traditional websites vs. CMS Websites that are not run on a web content management system (CMS) are quickly falling behind. These sites simply cannot keep up with the publishing demands of web users. If you are going to have a website, do yourself a favor and consider one built on a CMS. Advantages of web content management… Continue reading Web Content Management Systems Keep Pace With Users