How easy is it for you to have changes made to your own website? If you had a cool idea for a new page on your site, would adding it take minutes, hours, or days? Months?
Would it even happen?
For some people, changing their websites requires the help of a web developer who knows all of that fancy stuff like “html code” and “CSS.” For others, they have a way to log in and make changes on their own, but it’s so inflexible and confusing that things just never turn out looking the way they want. Banging heads against walls ensues. It doesn’t have to be like this.
Simply put, a content management system (or CMS) is a tool that the average person can use to make changes to a website. With a great CMS, updating your site isn’t the chore it used to be. We can set up your website so that you can easily manage it yourself, quickly and easily. You can change the text. Add pictures. Make new pages. And so much more.
How good do you have to be with computers to use it? If you’re capable of checking your own email, clicking around on a website, and using a program like Microsoft Word, it should be a breeze.
As we develop your new website, we can add all of the initial pages and content for you. Once your website is up and running, you can add to the site yourself, as often and as much as you want...
Without having to pay more money.
You can do even more than just update your site. Here are just some of the benefits that come with our content management systems:
We’d be happy to give you a demonstration of one of our content management systems and show you how you can take control of your website. Give us a call at 612-623-8054, fill out the short form below, or request your free website consultation.
Take the first step to making your online presence work for you. Give us a call today at 612-623-8054 or sign up now for your free website needs analysis with one of our friendly, knowledgeable consultants.
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-Brian C. Ciccone