Once people determine they need to make their website more dynamic, the next step is choosing a Content Management Framework to use.
Multiple Content Management Frameworks to Choose
Depending on the developers or people you ask, you will get various answers. Some of the more popular ones are Joomla, Drupal, and WordPress.
I clearly believe that it depends on the objectives around your website. Some think WordPress is for blogging only but you I have created websites in wordpress that quickly started converting clients. I personally favor WordPress for most small business individuals.
Less Time Coding
When I moved this site from Drupal to WordPress, I realized that I could focus more on providing content instead of spending so much time on coding.
To help me get familiar with WordPress I decided to buy the Genesis Framework (affiliate link). I got over the learning curve factor very quickly. I realized that I could not have made a better choice using Genesis.
If you have a complex website in mind, Drupal is my choice since it is very functional and a lot of great developers that I know and run circles around me when it comes to this frame work.
Here are 5 recommendations for choosing a Content Management Sotware and/or Framework:
- Smooth functioning website
- Cost Effective
- Open Source
- Easier to handle in house
- Very user friendly for everyone once configured
- Admin Control
- Very Little Tech knowledge. The administrator has full control
- Manage the website through an admin panel
- No need to spend extra money on developers for minor changes to website
- Constant updates
- Fully Tested – Less Headaches
- Opportunities for:
If you have any questions regarding which Content Management Software you are planning to use feel free to contact us directly.
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