Content Management System
Benefits of a CMS
By the People and For the People
A CMS allows the content or subject matter experts to control the content. This saves both money and time since it means you no longer need to rely on developers. They are typically built with a user-friendly interface so content can be added without need to know HTML or code.
Time is of the Essence
Because developers aren’t required, content can be added to the site much more quickly and efficiently. There’s nothing worse than having content posted late as it’s stuck in the development queue.
Distribution of Content
As we mentioned, with your developers freed up, they can focus on more complex features, functionality, and even projects. Furthermore, it allows you to engage others for authoring duties in other departments of your business along with building specific workflows so content is fully vetted and approved before being published to production.
More often than not, design efforts will work in parallel with a CMS, thus creating visual consistency. Font sizes, colors, buttons, images, all will remain universal no matter how many content creators there are. This creates not only a professional looking site, but a clear/concise brand identity.
Safe is Risky. Passion is Contagious.
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