Content Management - Stater Package
Updating made easy with a Content Management System
A Content Management System (CMS) empowers you to update, edit and change the content of your website. This means that you do not need to hire a web design studio (like Digital Lamb) every time you want to update your website. A CMS lets you log into the back end of your website so you can update your site from any computer connected to the internet.
There are many Content Management Systems out in the market at the moment. Some of the most popular ones include WordPress, Joomla and Drupal. Many web design studios also have their own proprietary CMS that they support.
When choosing a CMS, it's important to select a system that is suitable for the purpose of your website. We have found that most of the features available on the popular CMS are not used by the vast majority of people. Instead, these features increase the complexity of the site and make it harder to complete what you really need to achieve.
A good CMS should be:
- Simple to use
- Easy to navigate
- Flexible in its layout options
- Able to publish automatically
Have advanced options as required including:
- Google Analytics
- Ability to edit the metadata and keywords
Our entry level CMS is the simplest, most straight forward system that we have ever seen. When we first used it, we said "Wow, that's the way a CMS should work.