Easiest ways to build websites : Content Management Systems

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From our experience in the realm of web development, we believe that an intuitive and tastefully designed website can do wonders for a brand. People search for everything on the internet, from things as little as a pair of socks to huge investments like houses. If you are an entrepreneur, you are probably aware of the fact that your prospects have a high chance of sifting through the internet and finding you. This makes it imperative for your business to have a fully functional website that you can easily manage throughout your business journey. A lot of entrepreneurs invest heaps of money in getting a website made but do not think of reoccurring costs associated with managing and maintaining it. This eventually ends up burning a hole in their pockets. That is why the new age technology poses to be a boon to anyone who wants to build a cutting-edge website. Traditionally, you would need two aspects to create a website –A strong sense of creativity and some level of technical knowledge. Content Management Systems (CMS) is one such technology that factors in both variables and helps you build an aesthetic yet functional website. If we go by the books, Content Management Systems are softwares that help users create, manage, and modify content on a website without the need for any specialized technical knowledge. In plain and simple words, Content Management Systems relieve you from the stress of managing and updating your website. It provides an interface to help you modify, edit, delete, and upload content directly to the website without the need for coding while simultaneously taking care of all the web infrastructure so you can concentrate on what matters the most — your customers!

In the entrepreneurial ecosystem, there are a lot of jargons that you may have been subjected to like CRM, DNS, SaaS, etc. CMS is one such eminent approach that is widely used in web development. A Content Management System is a tool used for organizing, producing as well as automating content. Nowadays, Content Management Systems do so much more than just supplementing the management. It also delivers real-time experiences to users across all parallels to satiate their content needs. There are a lot of Content Management Systems available in the market, you may have heard of the popular ones like Wix, Joomla! , Shopify, Weebly, Drupal, etc which we will be talking about in-depth in our upcoming blog so stay tuned for it if you want to know which out of the lot resonates with your needs and requirements.

Components of CMS

There are two main components in a Content Management System — Content Management Application and Content Delivery Application. A Content Management Application is the front-end component of a Content Management System. It enables the users to design, create as well as manage the website’s content without coding. Content Delivery Application on the other hand is the back-end component of a Content Management System. It helps with the management and delivery of content after it is designed through the Content Management Application. These amalgamated can help take care of the code and infrastructure so your core focus can be on the user experience.

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