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SEO Search Engine Optimization Website Design

cms seo content management softwareSearch Engine Optimization (SEO) is a continual concern for any CMS website, but what many people may not realize is that the approach to SEO can be completely different for dynamic, or CMS SEO, websites than for static sites.  On static sites, each individual web page exists as a file on a server, while dynamic sites use templates that pull content from a database. This CMS SEO approach presents different challenges for CMS SEO; here are five things to understand when considering how to approach SEO for CMS-driven sites:

  • Google, and other search engines, treat every page of a site as an individual page, even if the data for the page doesn’t physically exist on a server...
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SEO Search Engine Optimization Website Design

seo cms content management softwareA Content Management System, or CMS, is a collection of tools used to create, modify, organize and remove information from a Web site. There are many options in CMS software out there. In most cases, a CMS allows users who are not familiar with HTML to create and maintain their Web pages, making it a very useful tool for those Webmasters who do not have the time or inclination to learn HTML coding.

Choosing the right SEO CMS outsourcing firm for your Web project is the first step to making your Web page successful. Not just any old CMS will do as far as creating layout, adding text and pictures and embedding links and titles go. These things are all integral to your page ranking...

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Hello Content Management System world!

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Content Management System

website cms content management softwareWelcome to CMS Content Management System. The easiest way to manage your website content!

A web content management system is used to control a dynamic collection of web material, including HTML documents, images, and other forms of media. A CMS facilitates document control, auditing, editing, and timeline management.

Some CMS(content management system) systems support user groups. User groups allow you to control how registered users interact with the site. A page on the site can be restricted to one or more groups. This means an anonymous user (someone not logged on), or a logged on user who is not a member of the group a page is restricted to, will be denied access to the page.

Available in most modern CMSs is the ability to expand a single implementation (one installation on one server)...

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