Content Management Service or a System [CMS]

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It is important that your website is up to date with your current information. You have two options (which you must decide on when you have a website designed):

  1. an Online Static Brochure
    which you will most likely not be able to update - unless you learn at least some HTML :-)
    But if you only need updates any 6 month or so - read on about our professional Web Content Management Service.
  2. a Content Management System - [CMS]
    These CM Sytems are generally based on a database installed on the server where your website is hosted ..... Read more below

1.) Web Content Management

Are you finding it difficult to maintain and update your website on regular basis?
We can be your dedicated web content manager.
Small business owners in particular have a hard time keeping their website up to date. An outdated website reflects very badly on your business - and it turns visitors, customers and potential customers away. It helps visitors to revisit your website which is required to retain your customers. Don't let a shortage of skills, time or resources stand in the way of having a good website full of interesting, relevant and up to date content.
Just outsource it to us. It doesn't need to cost much.

Content Updation - with a Maintenance Contract
For a small monthly fee - We will keep an eye on your website and will alert you if we see that things have become outdated - or need a rewrite to keep the site fresh for your vistors AND the serach engine robots (who like to see fresh content ever so often).
We'll discuss with you how to update it, see if you have any new information you can send us. And then we'll quickly and effectively update your website.

Occasional Updates - when YOU decide it's time
Some clients email us some changes every couple of months and we simply update the website based on that information. From as little as AU$ 45 you can have your website updated. A small investment for something as important as your face to the world.

2.) Content Management Systems - [CMS]

There are a number of options available - all of which include some form of 'administration' / 'control panel' system that you would access via your web browser with a username and password to change the content hosted in the database on the server.
This can be a simple small CMS (like CMSimple [which actually does not use a database]), a 3rd party system (like WordPress or a very complex Product Catalogue system (like our custom built megaCMS) - or even a shopping cart eCommerce system(s).
We have set up "Demos for our most popular - which you can access via this link. Usernames and passwords for the 'admin' sections are available on request.

Get in touch with us to discuss the best option for your website.