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Managing an enterprise, business or personal website or blog could be a cumbersome task, especially if the content on the website is updated frequently. A content management system (CMS) is designed to make this task a piece of cake. A CMS makes it easy for a business or an individual to manage, organize and publish the content on their website. CMS also gives you the freedom from tons of coding and from hiring a full-time programmer or a web designer for the sole purpose of maintaining your website. So every time you have to add, delete or modify an article or make other changes, you will not need to rush to your nearest professional to make the changes for you.
With the help of a content management system, you can grant access to multiple users with varying permission levels and allow them to modify the content or parts of it on your website. Managing the content could include creating new content or editing the existing one, deleting and archiving the content, publishing it on the website and distributing it wherever required.
The most popular content management systems available today are all open source, like WordPress, Drupal, Joomla and Typo3. All have different features, different capacities and different uses, but more or less they perform the exact same task – managing your website. Let us have a look at each of these separately.
WordPress is the most popular CMS, and the most user-friendly and intuitive too. Previously, it was used mainly for blogging but with new updates and plugins but it has the capacity to do a lot more now. It is very easy to use and is a complete web publishing solution for a website in which the content is modified quickly. It has many freely available plugins to add functionality and a huge base of developers and experts to help you in case of any query or technical assistance. Using WordPress you can get your website setup and published in no time even if you are not a programmer or a web designer.
Joomla is an award-winning CMS, with an easy learning curve. Joomla is being used by many businesses and individuals to build and maintain their websites, and it is especially suitable for creating corporate websites, online magazines and community-based portals. Social networking using Joomla is very powerful and effective.
Drupal is the most advanced and highly flexible CMS that can be used to build practically anything you can dream of. From simple blogs to extremely complex shopping portals, Drupal can be employed to do anything you wish to with your website. The level of customization that Drupal offers unparalleled, thanks to the number of modules. Though Drupal might be tough to use initially, but once you begin to get a hold you will never feel like stopping. Also, the large community or designers and developers are always there to offer help in case you get stuck with any technicality.
With CMS hosting, you can get your professional website set up in minutes and get going. An appealing website can do your enterprise a world of good, and with the help of CMS hosting it becomes all the easier to maintain and update it.