We’ve all used it in some way, shape, or form. In fact, up to 26% of websites worldwide are powered by WordPress, making it one of the most popular content management systems globally. For many uses, WordPress is a fantastic choice. It’s aesthetically pleasing, easily customizable, and up and running in no time. However, it’s also easy to fall into the trap of thinking that WordPress is the best system for all your online needs—when in fact, this is not always the case.… Read More →
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When you build a house you make a mess of the site, you dig lots of trenches and pour tons of concrete. You spend thousands, and then you cover it all up. Nobody ever won House of the Year because of their foundations. When you build an e-commerce site, you choose a CMS, but you never want to see it again. You just want it to do its job: To work. Can You Have an E-Commerce Site without Blogging? You just want an e-commerce store without any content marketing? Not possible.… Read More →
Franchise, Dealer & Multi Location Solutions Looking for a single platform that offers an arsenal of unique tools to enterprises that want to manage brand compliance, assign permission levels for easy editing and hosting on unique URL configurations? Easily scale and manage 100s or 1000s or individual Location, Franchise or Dealer websites from one centralized platform.… Read More →
Emails are a pain. Printed media is old news. To engage and communicate with your team, it’s time to migrate company-wide communications to a CMS intranet. Read More →
When building websites, you’ve probably always made it a top priority to ensure you provide a positive user experience to your end users. Of course, this is one of the most important parts of building a site. However, as a CMS company with over a decade’s experience in the industry, one of the things we consistently see among new customers is that their websites failed to take into consideration the user experience of a key audience: their content editors. As a behind-the-scenes audience, providing content editors with a positive user experience isn’t given high priority.… Read More →