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A content management system (CMS) is a framework used to deal with the content part of a web page. Ordinarily, a CMS comprises of two components: the content management application (CMA) and the content depository application (CDA). The CMA component permits the content editor or creator, who may not know Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), to deal with the creation, adjustment, and expulsion of content without much technical knowledge on programming languages or CSS to deal with a web webpage directly i.e. a person who manage the page without requiring the ability of a Webmaster. The CDA component utilizes and orders that data to redesign the website. The gimmicks of a CMS framework differ, however most incorporate Web-based distributed, group administration, update control, and indexing, hunt, and recovery. A CMS is a best way to deal with content on a regular basis. If you work with CMS, you only need to know how to access the back-end of a particular section and that’s all!
In today’s fast changing technology and simplification on web based system, CMS is becoming an integral part whether it’s blogging, information brochure or landing pages for lead capturing. The ideal choice for a non techy will be CMS and hence we can see a growing graph on in demand built in CMS in almost all niche. If you go forward for an eCommerce, you will have Magento, Virtuemart, Zen-cart, Pinnacle cart, Big commerce, osCommerce and many more built in packages those can be installed easily and manage by single hand. If you go for a blogging niche, you will have WordPress, Blogger, Xing, squarespace and so many self hosting providers!
A CMS may also offer tools for 1-to-1 marketing. One-to-one marketing is the capability of a Web site to manage its content and advertising to a user’s specific characteristics using information provided by the user or grabbed by the site. For ex. if you browse a search engine and search for “digital watch,” the advertising banners will advertise businesses that sell digital watches instead of businesses that sell garden or sanitary products etc. This is possible and become way easier by applying appropriate tags and keywords in the post for the image which has been attached using proper Alt or so.
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