Wednesday, December 1, 2021
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Content Management Systems (CMS) are becoming the norm in the web design community.  Gone are the days of front page and FTP.   Content Management Systems allow most content updating of a website to be done via a web browser, some so intuitive that web design skills are not required.  A content management system should be a priority for any organization considering building a website.  If your web designer uses a CMS you get value added benefits such as:


Lower design costs - No need to pay your web designer for small changes.  You can do it your self! SEO Benefits - Search engines like to see new content on your web site.  Being able to update it you self allows for this. Immediate Changes - Why wait for your web designer to change it for you.  Its 3am and you want your content changed.  Go for it! Scalable - Scalability is a concern for any organization.  As you grow so should the tools that support your business.  Your website should be no different. uses...

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For all of us our website is not just a set of files sitting on a server somewhere, its an extension of our business -- an important first impression.  For this reason you want a professional looking site that represents your organization.  Whether you are a small business or large business, a club or non-profit organization, you want the look and feel you deserve. 

Consider using a design professional to help you meet your design goals.  A professional will not only make the site look right, but they will aid you in gearing your content to be search engine optimized (SEO).  Having the right content, along with a well organized site will not only benefit your end-users in navigating your site, but it will also help your SEO ranking.

Don't forget about functionality either.  Think about the tools you could present to your end-user.  Maybe its something as simple as a "conact us" form or something more complex like a shopping cart.  Presenting the right tools for the end-user will make their experience...

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