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Choose a Content Management System. (Step#3)

A content management system (CMS) is a software that is used to create and manage a website. A good CMS will help you maintain your site, and you don’t need much technical knowledge to use it. You should choose a CMS that is designed for your unique needs and budget.

When choosing a good CMS think to ask yourself the following internal questions.

What will define a good CMS?

What key points based on your needs will determine if the CMS is a good choice or not. Define your success.

Who will be managing and updating the website?

Will you be learning the CMS or will you have a team you can depend on? If so, how are the capabilities of learning and implementing the CMS. The CMS of your choice will determine the success of your online business.

How will you implement your website your business process?

What function will play within your business. Does it require weekly or daily updates? will it offer online payments? will you be selling online? ask yourself the following questions to determine a good CMS for your business.

Here are 10 questions you should ask your CMS Provider:

Is the CMS easy to set up?

Does the CMS offer secure hosting and maintenance?

Integrations... Can third parties-providers be integrated into the CMS?

Is it SEO friendly?

Is it Mobile Friendly?

Does it offer Analytics?

Does it offer tech support?

Does it offer merchant services?

Does the company offer training?

Finally... is it within budget?

Choosing a CMS is the most efficient way to get your website going. Ultimately, what really separates one platform from the next boils down to extra available features. So, when it comes time to make a final decision, do your research, account for all features, settings, and needs.

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