Why you need a CMS
As the web progresses, keeping the content of your site updated and relevant becomes increasingly important. The freshness of your website content can directly impact its search engine placement and new content gives visitors a reason to return to your site.
If you currently own a stale, "static" website, you know that to add new pages or update existing pages within your site, you have to send the change request to your site developer and wait for them to complete the updates — which delays the release of new content. Depending on your website company, these updates may also be very costly.
For this reason, Content Management Systems (CMS) have become increasingly popular with individuals, organizations and businesses large and small.