Choosing a CMS for Your Web Site

By Jacqueline Sinex, Wednesday, August 12, 2009

A lot of folks crave the ability to self-manage their web site. But, no two content management system applications are equal. When researching software with your web developer, these are some factors to consider:

  • You need a CMS software that runs efficiently and won’t bog down the server & site speed.
  • You want an administrative interface that is easy for you to use.
  • A lot of the nicely coded efficient software have awful looking interfaces.
  • A lot of attractively designed systems are incredibly slow and arduous.
  • Some software is too new or poorly supported, lacking community resources.
  • Some software is widely popular with vast free online resources or paid support options.
  • More popular programs often have easy growth options like add-on modules.

When WEBii proposes web site development with a CMS, we take all of these factors into consideration and choose a software or a ground-up custom solution option that best meets the needs of that client.

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