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. There are dozens of CMS present which you can choose for your keyword research works when it comes to choosing the best one, you might become little confused. This is the main reason behind writing this detailed guide where you are going to learn about 5 best CMS for blogging in 2017 and beyond. Here in this article you are going to learn about the top 5 CMS for blogging that you can choose in 2017. List of Best CMS for Blogging:- 1. Word Press Write seo friendly blog posts on … [Read more...] about 9 Best Content Management System (CMS) for Blogging
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Image via Wikipedia Someone recently asked me how he knows whether to use shopping cart software or a full-blown content management system for a Web site. Does it depend on how large your site is? Does it depend on what kind of content you have? And, most importantly, which one is better for search marketing? These are good questions, so they deserve good answers. You need to start with a definition of a content management system. A content management system, or CMS (as those of us in the know call it), is a way of separating the words and other content you use on each page from its layout and appearance. You might be familiar with the idea of a style sheet (or Cascading Style Sheet--CSS) that separates from your HTML the appearance of your site. Your CSS defines that a heading should be bold, in navy blue sans serif type that is 16 points tall. A content management system takes things one step further, by allowing you to enter your content with the CMS itself supplying much of the … [Read more...] about Do I need a shopping cart or a content management system?
Nowadays, a great many websites are powered by a content management system (CMS) along with a back-end database. And for good reason. It’s too unwieldy to code HTML on a page-by-page basis, as you expand your content offerings to the thousands or tens of thousands of pages (and beyond). Content managements systems to the rescue! But there can be downsides too. My biggest gripe with the content management systems of today is their lack of SEO features. And I’m not talking about meta keywords, which are a complete waste of time. I’m patiently waiting for the day when a CMS-based site can rival static HTML sites in SEO. No bones about it, hand-coded sites offer complete, granular control over each page, and every single tag contained within. That’s real flexibility. Too bad they don’t scale. Therefore, the SEO practitioner is going to need a CMS that will at least be cooperative. Which SEO features should you be shopping for in a CMS? Glad you asked. … [Read more...] about How To Choose Content Management Systems For SEO
Why is it that so much airtime (including by me) is given over at conferences and through blogs to geo-targeting issues—choosing the right domain, sub-domain or folder structure or choosing the right hosting—and yet content barely ever gets mentioned? Now that wouldn’t matter if it wasn’t for the fact that content is, in the end, king just as much internationally as domestically. I don’t mean to imply that geo-targeting isn’t important—see Bill Hunt’s excellent post on the topic. But what is beginning to concern me is the fact that, aside from the occasional mention of duplication, I cannot remember the last time that anyone actually raised a hand to ask me about managing content, at any conference I’ve spoken at—anywhere in the world. Going global questions, in order of frequency In fact, the questions are pretty much the same now as they were when Chris Sherman put me on one of the first international SEO conference panel … [Read more...] about International Web Content Management Is King!
Content management systems (CMS) have evolved over the last decade to become core tools of the SEO trade—or at least platforms on which much SEO work must be based. Sadly, this isn’t so true in the international space, particularly when different languages are involved. Yet the choice of a content management system or approach is often a key step to achieving success. Content management systems can help you succeed with both international SEO and multilingual PPC where they deal with the differences or additions necessary compared with a single-language, single-country system. Sadly, retro-fitting a new system can pose numerous additional hurdles to your international roll-out just when you need to be thinking about other things, such as logistics and how you’ll deliver support. So if you’re specifying a new system now—and have plans to expand internationally later—it’s good practice to include “international” in your … [Read more...] about My Dream International Content Management System