(Content Management System). If you find yourself in the same situation, here are the differences :
This is the quick & cost effective way to have your website built. Because it is supposed to be the online version of your printed brochure, it consists of a few bespoke designed web pages that summarize the description of your business, products and/or services, and is ideal for small companies who do not need content changes often. When needed, these content amendments are carried out by a professional web designer at a low cost due to the simple structure.
- quickly built
- ideal for start-ups
- low cost
- you can’t update the content yourself
- fixed structure
A web content management system is a more complex form of website, that allows a non-technical user to fully control all the information on the website, through a password protected control panel. It is highly recommended for dynamic businesses that need to constantly communicate fresh information to their potential clients. A CMS is a bespoke designed website that displays dynamic pages and that usually incorporates some sort of interactivity with the visitor, such as a search form, contact form or a user registration/login. It can even be displayed in different language versions.
- easy to manage by anyone
- flexible structure
- interactive functionality
- better performance in search engine rankings
- long-term solution
- slightly higher cost than a brochure website
Whatever your choice for the type of website, call Nextframe today for a free consultation and find what is the best solution for you. 0845 519 6848