The Future of Web Development

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In recent years, website development has massively increased in popularity.

With new concepts, standards and technology, comes the demand for more independent and functional solutions – increasingly, this demand has been targeted towards the Content Management System (CMS).

A typical example of a website owner is an entrepreneur who doesn’t have the time (or possibly money) to chase web designers to make minor site adjustments, or the technical know-how to make the necessary changes themselves.

Up to date and regularly refreshed content is now a must to ensure visitor loyalty – no-one will read the same articles or news items every day. The solution? A Content Management System.

With content management becoming more and more affordable, the more in demand it will become, hence any web design companies who cannot offer this service may find themselves missing out on potential clients.

Of course there will always be the need for web designers, but the introduction of the content management system actually decreases the amount of work required per project, allowing increased time spent on generating further business.

So what does a typical CMS allow?

– Add/remove/edit pages.

– Update content within each page.

– Add images or documents where needed.

– Update contact information.

– Show updated listings (e.g. News Items, Articles, Catalogues).

+ Many extra features not listed here.

In conclusion – If you offer web design services and do not have Content Management Systems available to your visitors, this might be the time to consider this ever growing popular service for your company; there is a shifting demand for this ever-popular freedom online.

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Ryan Billau

Website URL: http://www.fooshy.com

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