Visitors to your website arrive with an expectation that they will find what they are looking for. As a website owner, operator or manager, you are faced with a challenge: how to make it easy for visitors to your website to find and acquire this content and at the same time, how to satisfy your website content publishing and maintenance objectives so that the task of managing this content does not become daunting?
Enter Content Management. Content Management Systems are designed to facilitate easy creation, management and re-purposing of website content.
Managing the content on a website is not a small task, given the fact that there exist a myriad of formats and standards and given the broad reach of the Internet. One size does not fit all. The content management needs for your situation are unique in that they have to satisfy your requirements and meet your objectives.
A Content Managed system will allow you to focus your attention on your website audience and over time, will become a large part of your Internet marketing activities. This will essentially impact your bottom line by lowering the cost of website maintenance and by increasing visitor acquisition and retention.
A Content Management System (CMS) is built on a set of technical capabilities, business rules and procedures for publishing content on the Internet. Some highlights of a CMS:
Some of the tasks a Content Management System should be able to handle: