Content Management Systems help you in the overall management of the website. To put it in perspective, the acronym is completely defined by the full form but there is still more to it. The ‘more’ lies in nature of the content you have to post, the purpose of publishing and frequency, based on these you have to select the CMS that will work for you. If we were to treat content in general without getting into the nitty-gritty, the points mentioned below are a well-rounded purpose definition of a CMS.
Not so long ago a CMS was only used by large websites, approximately 50 pages or more. However, in recent times people have started using a CMS for websites as small as a single page. There are two primary reasons behind this;
1. As the web is getting more and more competitive, even a single page website needs to be in tune with most of the points mentioned in the left column. Modern-day one-page websites are carefully crafted around a CMS to keep them updated with ease, as what appears as a single page holds data worth more than many 10 or 20 page websites. This can be explained in many more ways and supported with numerous examples but just the fact that this is happening all around is proof enough.
2. Point number two is again competition. Competition amongst CMS makers. Simply search the web for “list of cms”. The very first link will be a Wikipedia page listing hundreds of them. They come in many shapes and sizes, from the vanilla stuff to humongous buffets; in varied technologies, for varied purposes. Making the choice for using a CMS is a lot easier than choosing which one.
As for you, if want a successful result oriented website, yes, you need a CMS. Irrespective of the fact whether you will manage it on your own or hire an agency like us to do so.
Meticulously designed, systematic, step by step time bound approach for a perfect website/portal/application as per your expectations
Defining the project plan and cost estimation
Collecting the requirement of the project. Mark the outline of the project, designs selected and create project layouts.
Proper coding, personalized design and implementation of the design
Make the project go live once it completes all the level of testing depending on the use case