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The Content Management System Primer

Content Management Systems (CMS's) are seen across the Internet to help deliver an interactive and user-friendlier web site experience more than ever. Why would you use a Content Management System and what CMS is best for your needs? In this article Steve attempts to answer these questions, outlining the benefits and drawbacks of using a CMS instead of having your own in-house Webmaster.

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By: Steve Adcock
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May 01, 2002
  1. · The Content Management System Primer
  2. · What is the purpose of a CMS?
  3. · Conclusion

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The Content Management System Primer - Conclusion
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In short, a Content Management System can be your best friend or your worst enemy. Don't make a decision too quickly, however, and be sure to research the possibilities and get the best system for your money if you decide to take the plunge.

If you're in search of a free CMS, then consider those shown below:
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