If you are really serious about blogging and want to create blog or website, then you should know all the basics beforehand. CMS or Content Management System is one such important and vital factor that you should choose carefully while creating any site online. Always Remember, a good or bad CMS can make or break your potential sites. You should know which CMS is suitable and comfortable for your work. Every CMS have its own pros and cons that should be considered before you opt for any of them. … [Read more...] about 9 Best Content Management System (CMS) for Blogging
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I have mentioned before in this column that a great many new international web marketers simply overlook or underestimate the costs they will incur on an ongoing basis just to keep their website up to date. Many international projects are approached with a one-off cost for localizing the website with no consideration of what happens when the original English content changes. This will probably happen around 24 hours after you sign the contract with a CMS vendor who doesn’t have all the international or workflow tools in place. … [Read more...] about My Dream International Content Management System
Keyword differences. I’ve written many times about keywords and the fact that they are “abbreviated thoughts” that cannot be translated from market to market or language to language. You must start from scratch every time with some proper research. I will get that point across fully one day! Of course, that means both content and SEO needs adapting to suit. You definitely need to weave in those keywords and (this may come as something of a surprise) they may actually be different for speakers of different flavors of English too. The same product to a Brit may not have the same appeal, in the same way as it does to a North American. … [Read more...] about International Web Content Management Is King!
URLs free of tracking parameters and session IDs — Sticking session or tracking information such as the user’s clickpath into the URL is deadly for SEO. It usually leads to incomplete indexation and duplicate content issues. H1 tags — No H1 tags on a given page is not desirable. Too many H1 tags on the page is not desirable. Low-value content (such as the publication date) marked up as an H1 is not desirable. The article title is typically the best content to have wrapped in an H1. Customizable URL structure — If the default URL structure of the CMS doesn’t suit your needs, you should be able to change it. For example, if you don’t want /archives/ in the URLs of all your archived articles, you should be able to remove it. Or if you want to reference the article name instead of the article’s database ID in the URL, you should be able to do it. 301 redirects to canonical URL — Duplicate content is the bane of the existence of many a dynamic … [Read more...] about How To Choose Content Management Systems For SEO
Mobile Content Management Support for mobile is increasingly vital for businesses as employees move away from being desk-bound and begin to rely more on smartphones and tablets. In fact, more than 50% of Internet traffic now comes from mobile and this percentage is only going to grow as many business activities, and the associated need for data and applications, are migrating outside of the office. However, security remains the biggest concern for organizations attempting to implement mobile enterprise solutions. For example, while BYOD is a problem for the IT folks, it seems as though many, many organizations have yet to formally deal with it. … [Read more...] about Top 5 Enterprise Content Management Trends