CONTENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (CMS) sits at the core of your website and allows you to manage and maintain your web content – anything from a light edit of text, uploading file or photographs, to adding pages or even whole sections to the menu. By using a CMS to manage your content changes, you don’t need technical know-how, such as HTML, to do it. This means that you can upload new material and make changes to your website quickly and easily without having to go back to your web developer.


CMS enables you to control who has access to edit and upload content, from just one or two people to the whole team or company. You can restrict access to just certain sections, or the whole site, as appropriate. Plus, if you need to, you can allow updates to be made in draft form, leaving you or chosen staff to approve the content before it goes live, giving you overall control.

Having a good CMS at the heart of your website is essential for helping to ensure that your content remains fresh and up-to-date. This is so important for SEO optimisation, driving traffic to the site and getting those visitors to return time and again.

We recommend selecting a CMS that is easy to learn and simple to use. This will not only save you time and money when doing updates, but make it much more likely that you will keep content updated. Anything clunky or difficult to use will mean that updates don’t get made quickly, leaving the site to stagnate. And a stale out-of-date website isn’t going to do your organisation any favours.


If you would like to discuss your content management system, or need advice from WEBinsect on updating or migrating to a new one, please get in touch. Simply, complete our contact form, email or call us on +91 8968552229.