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CMS Critic Staff

By CMS Critic Staff

June 24, 2021

In our exclusive Q&A with Sanity founder and CEO Magnus Hillstead, we discuss the current state of the CMS market, the advantages of headless, and what's ahead for the structured content platform.  After a year of hyper-accelerated digital transformation, the content world might feel a little, well… unruly. Throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, companies feverishly raced to adapt in... Read More →

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By Paris Tuzun

June 18, 2021

It's almost officially summer in the Northern Hemisphere. And while some outdoorsy types are packing their Airstreams to do a bit of camping, WordPressians made the virtual hike to WordCamp Europe 2021 last week. As one of the largest community events in the WordPress ecosystem, WordCamp Europe attracted nearly 10,000 registrees from over 140 countries to their first online forum in 2020... Read More →

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CMS Critic Staff

By CMS Critic Staff

June 15, 2021

Ready to drop your jaw? WP Engine, a leading WordPress digital experience platform for websites and apps, just released a comprehensive study of the “WordPress Economy.” Simply put: the numbers are staggering. The research – which was carried out in the US, UK, and Australia – suggests that 41% of the internet is currently built on WordPress, representing over 82 million... Read More →

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CMS Critic Staff

By CMS Critic Staff

June 9, 2021

If you've seen "The Mandalorian" on Disney Plus, you're probably familiar with the gunslinging protagonist's mantra: This is the way. In a swirling galaxy of CMS and DXP platforms, Contentstack is proving that headless is the way – and gambling big to expand its empire. Today, the content experience company announced that it has raised $57.5 million in Series B financing, making it the... Read More →

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CMS Critic Staff

By CMS Critic Staff

June 1, 2021

We've all seen a "merge" sign on the highway, letting us know one road is about to combine with another. It's also a signal to be extra cautious as drivers narrowly squeeze their way across disappearing lanes. Merging isn't always an easy feat when you're pushing a ton of metal 70 miles per hour or faster. But most people do it successfully, checking their mirrors and (hopefully) using their... Read More →

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