08 Jan 2016
Bringing New Life to Content Management Systems
Business that rely on their content management systems to update their websites and blogs with relevant user information typically enjoy the use of powerful analytic tools. At the basic level, a CMS administrator can run reports, such as identifying the highest performing keywords and the content pieces that convert the most online visitors into buyers. Once you have a CMS in place, it''s important to give it new life so that it keeps paying for itself.
Content Management and User Experiences
There is a powerful connection between a good content management system and the overall user experience (UX). A good website design includes seamless navigation, but it also feeds users customized content wherever they click on the site. Even if your website has seamless navigation, you need enough high-quality content available in your content management system to satisfy your different segments of visitors.
While you can use an external agency to create content and get some content from packaged content services, such as newsfeeds, your in-house people can supply some fresh content. Empower key workers to upload current content to the right areas of your content management system. Ask sales personnel to write text for pop-up windows that highlight new products or pitch special offers. Ask marketers to write blurbs that pop up in slideshows based on the specific keyword phrase that brought an online visitor to the page.
Professional UX and Content Management
If you feel attached to the web design you have, you can still ramp up the ways you use your existing CMS or help you integrate a new one. We''re here to help you redesign the user experience and upgrade your CMS to fit your current brand and market characteristics. We help you ensure that your audiences always have fresh, relevant content. For more information, please contact us today.