Project key points
Development and Implementation of Website, Ongoing Maintenance, Web Design Support and Development. Website Search Engine Optimisation, Google & Bing Engine website...
Project key points
Performed full Audit on the I.T infrastructure used at 400Gradi, a full assessment was supplied and reviewed with key actions to follow upon this. On going Web Design Support...
Onyx is business which specialises in Blinds, Screens and Shutters. Onyx had performed a major re brand and came to us to develop a new website which required to be kept inline with the business...
Iris Dental is a dental clinic located in Melbourne Victoria, Point Cook. Iris Dental engaged ITCorp to redesign a new site to improve the online image with also helping generating online traffic to...
Melbourne AirConditioning & Heating
Melbourne AirConditioning came to us looking for a new look and website as they moved into a new market. They focused on providing custom air domestic and commercial installations with also...
Cambria Pallets contacted IT Corp to take over their existing site with performing some minor updates and changes. The site was copied onto IT Corp servers which is where its being hosted. IT Corp...
Are you still messing around with HTML in order to edit or update content for your website/blog? If yes, do you get a kick out of self-torture? Or maybe you’ve been in hibernation for the past few years?
Folks, let us introduce the Content Management System, or CMS for short. This little baby – which is actually quite old now – allows you to add/update and edit your website content without any knowhow of HTML.
Here are some important reasons your business needs a CMS…
1. A CMS allows you to Manage Content – Duhh! But seriously, using a CMS allows you save your content in various folders, restrict access to it, save it as a draft for later publishing and much more.
2. A CMS Improves your Efficiency – CMS’ are WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) interfaces. Meaning what you are seeing while writing the content is pretty much what the output will look like. This dramatically improves your efficiency as there is very little adjustment required later on.
3. Improved SEO – CMS’ like WordPress are already search engine friendly and help you ensure that your content is also automatically optimized for major search engines by providing you the option of adding tags, SEO description, SEO titles, etc. Features such as these dramatically improve your ranking on search engines like Google.
4. Workflow – CMS’ provide a workflow for content publishing which makes it much easier for you to manage and control your content. You can easily schedule content for publishing at a specific date, or save it as a draft for review by others.
5. Customer Friendliness – A good CMS will allow you to easily incorporate and manage FAQ and support areas for your website. This will give a terrific boost to your customer service.
6. Mobile Friendliness – Finally, a good CMS will automatically adjust your content for viewing on multiple devices including laptops, handhelds, tablets, etc. Your visitors will love that!
What is your overall opinion of CMS’? How do you think they can be improved? Tell us in the comments area below!
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