Without an ability to create quality content and to make changes to your content quickly and easily, your website has little to no functionality – rendering it all but useless for most business purposes. If you want something that is more than just the equivalent of an online business card – if you plan to update and edit your website on a regular basis – you need a Content Management System. Do you need to alter some of the information written about a given product or service? Do you need to change the current prices that are on your website? Do you want an interactive website where users can create posts? A yes to any of these questions means that you need a Content Management System. With a CMS, no longer will you have to rely on and wait for a designer to alter any of your web content. You can do it yourself; quickly and with relative ease.
Features and Benefits of a Content Management System:
*Administration: easy-to-use administration system, equipping you with the tools to add, revise, and/or delete your web content on the fly.
*Cost-Efficiency: With a Content Management System, you no longer need to give your web designer a call whenever you need to make an alteration to your site. You can just do it all yourself. This reduces the need for expensive service fees.
*Marketing: A Content Management System helps you to swiftly react to the rapidly changing market place. By creating a landing page for your website, you can analyze data to determine where you stand in respect to your competitors and in the market place as a whole. A CMS makes this part of research and development much easier.
*Remote Access: So long as you have internet connection, you can access the administration dashboard of your site from anywhere.
*Shared Resources: Shared resources, such as images, and audio/video files can be accessed by web administrators and designated web managers.
*SEO: A Content Management System can help improve your SEO rating, so that search engines can better find your website.