We offer a range of CMS with permission control, which means you can decide who has the power to make changes to the content on your website. For example, every content management system will have an administrator who has full access to all administrative features. Another member of staff will have the editor position and can manage and publish posts while the author will have the power to both write and publish their own posts if they like. Other permission controls include contributor and subscriber. This allows you to decide how much power someone has over the management and control of your online content.
For those who are unfamiliar with coding and the more “technical” side of running a website, will appreciate a high-quality WYSIWYG editor. This stands for “what you see is what you get", which means you can visually track and see each change you make, whether that be to the text on the site or its graphics. This is useful for designing the layout and appearance of a slide presentation, web page or a printed document. Our content management systems feature excellent WYSIWYG editors to ensure ease of use no matter your computing skills.
When choosing your CMS, it’s important to factor in how SEO friendly it is. A good CMS will work alongside your SEO strategy to improve your efforts and help to increase quality web traffic to your site. WordPress, for example, uses a number of effective plugins to help assist, manage and track your SEO performance which can be incredibly useful. Other factors that make a CMS SEO friendly include clean URL’s, easy content management, custom metadata per page, SEO friendly themes and much more.