Content Management Systems
A Content Management System (CMS) enables you to manage, store, and track content across your website. The benefits from using a CMS solution are many and varied which we deal with below.
Features of our Content Management Systems
- Web-based publishing
- Membership Management
- Gallery Creation
- Slideshow Management
- Indexing, search, and retrieval of files and downloads
- Job postings
- Resume submissions and downloads
- Free Copy and Paste Content Updates as part of our Hosting
What Is a Content Management System (CMS)?
A Content Management System or CMS is a solution that allows remote access to your websites content, giving you a fast and easy way to update, create, manage, store, and track digital content.
The types of content that can be hosted are nearly endless; Content Management System can host anything from simple text to video and images as well as files and digital downloads.
Why you should use a Web Content Management Systems?
Web Content Management Systems serve as a portfolio or resume for companies and individuals looking to market themselves and their work. Easily updated and managed they allow new projects to be posted quickly online for their clients or customers.
While the upfront cost of Content Management Systems can be high (depending on your requirements), they can save you or your business a fortune and a massive headache in the long term.
You can easily make rapid changes that update immediately. Our web Content Management Systems are designed to be straightforward and intuitive, even for non-designers or non-developers, so you can focus solely on content.
Cost of a Content Management System
Content management systems can vary massively in cost, depending mainly on the type of solution a business requires, the amount of storage necessary, and the implementation.
Some Content Management Systems are completely free (such as Google Drive, Dropbox, and WordPress). However, there can be additional costs, depending on your scaling needs. In the case of business Content Management Systems, many free solutions will require the purchase of more space, should you run out. For some free web content management solutions, users have to pay for additional hosting space or templates if they are not satisfied with the free options available, plus the learning curve required to manage these in-house adds further expense.