What’s The Best CMS For Your Site?
In website functionality, there are often two questions to ask - Is it scalable? Is it SEO-friendly? An answer that can ensure a functional online presence in both respects is a content management system (CMS). CMS systems, like Drupal, Wordpress or Expression Engine, are highly scalable and therefore a popular choice for web development.
As well as being scalable, open source Drupal CMS is a modular and highly flexible system meaning it can be used for any industry whatever your business needs, giving you control on how you structure your site. It’s also more stable and safer than Wordpress so often a more preferred choice.
Drupal CMS Means Flexibility
We use Drupal CMS for the control it offers - it’s a powerful system capable of handling complex sites. That means we can give you a tailored solution to meet your functionality needs and requirements, whatever they may be.
With Drupal, our developers use its powerful taxonomy and ability to tag, categorise and organise complex content - and, in turn, we offer a robust foundation for your site and the ability for a bespoke front end. Its flexibility also offers you the opportunity to add content and information to your site yourself so you can take control without the need for any web design or build knowledge.
But Why Drupal Over other CMSs?
Editing is simple - you can easily make changes with its drag and drop functionality or make changes to pages without them going live.
You dictate what you need from it. Content workflow can be structured so that it meets your individual needs.
Its modular nature means we can create bespoke add-ons in line with your specific business objectives.
We can build responsive sites and web applications for a seamless user experience regardless of device type.
Ease for SEO
Easily control SEO elements, like page titles and meta descriptions, to ensure your search visibility isn’t compromised by the architecture of your site.
If your business expands over several markets, Drupal makes it easy to create and manage your site across different geographies as well as languages.
As it’s open source, Drupal has a huge online development community, giving you worldwide support.
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