Are you ready to manage your online presence?
We get asked about developing a Content Management
System for many clients. And for some, they want it
because someone told them they should have one.
A Content Management System (CMS) is the technology or
software used to build your website. And build it
in a manner that allows you, the client, to update your
website as needed.
This frees up your web design budget so you make minor
updates to your site without having to contract someone
to do it for you.
Some popular Content Management Systems are:
and several others
Know the facts:
Most Content Management Systems are open source systems
that are free to use. And while many Internet Hosting
Companies and/or Web Design Companies charge an
increased monthly cost for having a Content Management
System, the truth is there is no added cost to using
these services when you do business with Reiland Lane.
Many companies charge extra fees because:
They may be share-hosting this software on their
servers and feel the need to charge you for
increased security. Not a bad concept to have
one program for all their users, it just means you
are essentially sharing the Content Management
System with others.
They may see this as a
revenue generator because of a possible loss in
income from hosting Content Management Systems.
Because you will be updating your website means you
won't be hiring them to do it for you... right?
While having a CMS is convenient to many users, most
of our clients continue to rely on our services for
many of their updates.
NEVER CHARGE ADDED HOSTING FEES
FOR CONTENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS.
In fact, installing one of these Content Management
Systems is just a click or two of a mouse away when you
have Internet Hosting with us.
Which system do we recommend?
We really like using and referring our clients to
While it's not a traditional Content Management System,
it provides our clients most what they need in this sort
of system with the added benefits of blogs, and other
great plug-ins. And by self-hosting it on our
servers your website is your domain rather than a
WordPress URL... and your blog is just like another page
on your website.
WordPress Customization available: