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  • MotoCMS 3.0 Officially Goes Live with the New Website

    MotoCMS 3.0 Officially Goes Live with the New Website

    Welcome the future of website building tools! MotoCMS has officially launched its new 3.0 version with refreshed website and blog. This user-friendly content management system offers responsive templates with fully-rebuilt admin panel, visual content manager and tons of new widgets, plugins and features.

    By tina-zennand
    Posted June 25, 2015

  • What Can A Content Performance Platform Do For You?

    What Can A Content Performance Platform Do For You?

    Enterprises don’t want to simply create content in the dark-- to justify and strategically direct content production, they need intelligence helping them determine with content resonates with consumers across these channels. 

    By jmadej
    Posted June 22, 2015

  • Critical Considerations for Content Marketing Success – Part I

    Critical Considerations for Content Marketing Success – Part I

    This two-part series will focus on the factors you must consider in order to create a successful content marketing program. This first article focuses on strategy, expectations, funding and resources. The second article in this series will focus on promotion, and target audience.

    By Hitesh Matlani
    Posted June 12, 2015

  • Benefits and Downsides to Consider When Choosing an Open Source or Proprietary CMS

    Benefits and Downsides to Consider When Choosing an Open Source or Proprietary CMS

    The market has a wide variety of content management systems that have different capabilities. Some content management systems are designed with a particular end in mind.

    There are a lot of arguments for and against open source and proprietary CMSs. Depending on your budget abilities, the size of your company and rules governing compliance in your company, you might opt for a proprietary CMS. But if your organization is small, you might opt for an open source CMS.

    Below are more details on the pros and cons of both proprietary and open source CMSs.

    By CMS Report
    Posted June 10, 2015

  • The eZ Publish Show: Don't forget about Editor Experience

    The eZ Publish Show: Don't forget about Editor Experience

    Last week, we started a conversation on The ez Publish Show hosted by Netgen's Ivo Lukač. The we included Ivo, Digital Clarity's Marianne Kay and myself. The odd question that started the conversation: Did modern CMSs sacrifice good editor experience (EX) for improving customer experience?

    I'm not sure how well we answered the question, but it is a question that acknowledges that while CXM may get a lot of attention these days in the CMS world, there is still plenty of room for improving the EX too. I'll let the video speak for itself, but if you prefer an overview, then you can checkout Ivo's re-cap.

     

     

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted June 03, 2015

  • Hippo Debuts Content Performance Platform and Launches Hippo CMS 10

    Hippo Debuts Content Performance Platform and Launches Hippo CMS 10

    “This release transforms the CMS into a data-driven intelligent marketing technology that measures real-time content performance against the online goals of the enterprise – attracting visitors, improving engagement and increasing conversion.”

    By jmadej
    Posted May 19, 2015

  • concrete5's first big release of 2015: Version 5.7.4

    concrete5's first big release of 2015: Version 5.7.4

    Last week, Andrew Embler announced the availability of concrete5 5.7.4. In his announcement, Andrew stated that this is so far concrete5's biggest release in 2015 and also the biggest release since launching 5.7 last year. concrete5 is free and open source under the MIT software license. 

    Update: After this article was published, concrete5 released 5.7.4.1. According to Andrew Embler, concrete5 5.7.4.1 fixes a number of "important bugs in 5.7.4, including broken dialogs on Windows servers and an inability to edit your site while asset caching is enabled". 

     
    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted May 11, 2015

  • The Best Blogging Services Infographic

    The Best Blogging Services Infographic

    While actually setting up a blog is easy, the process of starting one requires a few decisions that will impact the success of your online venture. For instance, what will be your niche? If you want to make money blogging, how will you monetize your blog? Should you use a free blogging platform or choose to self-host your site?

    Although a self-hosted blog built on WordPress.org’s software will offer you maximum flexibility, control, and monetization opportunity, not every blogger is looking to turn their blog into a business and make money online. For hobbyists, a free blog from WordPress.com, Blogger, Tumblr, Wix, Weebly, or even SquareSpace can still provide the basic benefits of blogging.

    Gary Dek of StartABlog123.com has put together a useful comparison chart where he compares the best blog sites. Check below the fold to see which free blogging platform fits your needs.

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted May 08, 2015

  • 4 Reasons Why Your CMS Should Support a Decoupled Architecture

    4 Reasons Why Your CMS Should Support a Decoupled Architecture

    Given the pure number of tools, platforms, features and functionality that comprise today’s Digital Marketing landscape, the selection process can be overwhelming. So what should you really care about when assessing tools and making technology selections? Let’s look at why your search should start, and end, with tools that boast a decoupled architecture.

    By jmadej
    Posted May 06, 2015

  • It's all about WordPress 4.2 and 4.2.1

    It's all about WordPress 4.2 and 4.2.1

    Last week, when WordPress announced that Version 4.2 was available, I planned to take my time upgrading my site. Then word came that WordPress 4.2.1 was made available. Sure enough, WordPress has provided a critical security release for all previous versions of their CMS and the developers were strongly encouraging WordPress users to update their sites immediately. Apparently, the WordPress team were made aware of a cross-site scripting vulnerability which could enable commenters to compromise a site. 

    The good news is that updating your WordPress site to 4.2.1 also gets you all the brand new features found in the just just-released WordPress 4.2. WordPress is branding this major version upgrade as the one to help you communicate and share, globally.

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted April 29, 2015

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