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Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

January 24, 2009

Geeklog is somewhat of a combination between blog and cms and more or less would fall under the category of a news publishing platform in my opinion. Let's examine Geeklogs' latest edition in this Geeklog Review and see what kind of changes have been made to make it more simplified.Geeklog was originally created to run the Securitygeeks and Newsgeeks websites but was released into the wonderful... Read More →

Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

January 23, 2009

Choosing a CMS can be an arduous and lengthy task. How do you choose from a list of several hundred (or potentially more) software packages to find the one that best suits your needs? We will discuss the best steps to take in order to help you make an educated decision.Step 1.Determine the purpose of the CMS and what you hope to gain from it.Not all CMS platforms are the same, there are some that... Read More →

Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

January 23, 2009

It can be a difficult decision to switch from some of the web based solutions that are offered by major industry players such as blogger et al. However, there is a major advantage to running your own blog software.. customization.No hosted solution can offer you the flexibility of simply getting your own cheap (or free) web host and creating your own blog.Some of the major players in this... Read More →

Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

January 23, 2009

One of the most important things that people consider when looking at content management systems (CMS) is their viability in the SEO market. In fact, it's becoming so important that people are sometimes afraid to choose a CMS on the basis that it may not be optimized enough for their needs. To help fend off the confusion, we've put together a list of what we feel are the best SEO Friendly CMS on... Read More →

Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

January 23, 2009

Today we are going to present our list of the top 5 content management systems for dummies. The intent is to provide options that may be suitable for people with little to no experience with web development.Without delay, let us present… Top 5 CMS Choices for the Complete Beginner.#1 – Concrete5Concrete5 is an incredible system. It's refreshingly simple and easy to use yet powerful.... Read More →

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