Internet Marketing NW can create custom content management systems (CMS) or work to customize content management systems on the market to best suite your needs. There are cases where an entirely custom solution is appropriate and cases where working with existing scripts will better suit your needs and budget.
Sometimes, a business needs to frequently update a Web site or portions of a Web site by itself. The application for this is called a content management system. For example, we have customers with blogs, photogalleries, scheduling systems, shopping carts, etc. The client is able to log in online and make updates with a user-friendly graphical interface. It’s possible to even create Web sites in which a business can update all of the Web pages itself. There are pros and cons to this approach.
A Web content management system is used to create, edit, manage, and publish content without programming knowledge.This content can include computer files, images, audio files, video files, electronic documents, and other Web content.
Generally, a database is required to store, retrieve and update the content on CMS Web sites. This is more complicated than a simple Web site, and requires some database knowledge for the efficient functioning of more complicated CMS applications, security protocols, etc.
Useful applications in which we often deploy content management systems are blogs and Web video logs or vlogs, giving the user the ability to make frequent updates to content at whim. Photogalleries and shopping carts are another popular application for content management. We can also create your own YouTube style video Web content management system for example, for multiple users who can login and create their own profiles, make their own uploads, etc.