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I am the guy behind CMS Critic and the Co Founder of Website Builders Critic. When not traveling the world attending and covering conferences, I am based out of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada where I live with my beautiful wife and kids. Visit me on my blog, That Critic Guy.

Recent Posts




The Winner of the 2014 People's Choice CMS Award for Best Open Source Java CMS

The Winner of the 2014 People's Choice CMS Award for Best Open Source Java CMS

By Mike Johnston November 17, 2014 News & Headlines  Comments

Open Source content management systems have been growing in popularity as companies and customers discover the benefits of the open source community. As such, there has been a large number of amazing success stories for companies that have chosen to open source their products.

Today, we're going to announce the winner of the 2014 People's Choice CMS award for Best Open Source Java CMS. Read More →






The Best Commenting System for your Website

The Best Commenting System for your Website

By Mike Johnston November 13, 2014 Articles and Editorials  Comments

There are plenty of different options when it comes to commenting systems. For those using a CMS, there are often integrated solutions that offer commenting capabilities (such as WordPress comments for instance) but if you are looking to find the right solution for your clients and your own website, should you be using one that showcases the full engagement experience.

Today, I'm going to offer up my reasoning behind what I think is the best commenting system for your website. Read More →


The Winner of the 2014 People's Choice CMS Award for Best Open Source .NET CMS

The Winner of the 2014 People's Choice CMS Award for Best Open Source .NET CMS

By Mike Johnston November 12, 2014 News & Headlines  Comments

With the enormous number of open source .NET based content management systems on the market, it can be difficult at best to weed through the various projects in search of the best one for your needs.

Today, we can hopefully make that task a little bit easier as we announce the winner of the 2014 People's Choice CMS Award for Best Open Source .NET CMS. Read More →