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Content Management

Proprietary content management systems, also known as closed-source, pose a lot of issues and threats to your business.  Whether you select Drupal, Wordpress, Joomla etc. all can, for the most part, achieve your end goals.  There is a lot of doubt and uncertainty that comes with using a proprietary source.  Below are 4 reasons why you should not go with a proprietary CMS: You have to pay for it.  Proprietary CMS in...
04/10/14
Is one Content Management System (CMS) better than another?  This is a question Keystone Click receives more often than you would imagine (full disclosure, Keystone Click primarily uses the Drupal content management system.  Here is why we primarily use - and love - the Drupal CMS).  If you talk to fair-weather developers, the correct answer is two-fold.  First you must understand your end goals, not just with the design...
04/10/14
Drupal Content Management System
A content management system is a widely known web term.  In a nutshell, a content management system gives you the ability to add, edit and delete content on your website.  There are two types of content management systems – open source (which is free to use) and closed source (paid software and/or not publicly available software).  There are advantages and disadvantages to both; let’s focus on what you should demand your...
05/01/13
Best blog posts of 2012 for social media, ecommerce, web development
A summary of our favorite posts created throughout the year.  Enjoy! Best of 2012 Why reaching customers online might not be worth your time Creating website traffic and ultimately conversions into sales are what makes online marketing a viable service.  If your web traffic is high, but site visitors have low visiting times, it shows there is something wrong with your website.  There is no point to having a high traffic...
12/18/12
content management system
  Change is good on your website for a handful of reasons. 1)  Search engines love seeing new fresh content on websites.  A CMS allows you to easily add new content, or change existing content.  SERPs (search engine result pages) have a number of variables in how results are listed, one of them being "freshness of content".  A content management system gives you the freedom to add new fresh content easily. 2)  Your...
02/18/12