Headless CMS: What to Know and How it Can Benefit A Business

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It can be challenging as an organization to keep up with the latest technology developments and how they can improve your internal systems that are in place. Managing and storing content for products, articles and more impacts overall web and app performance in addition to conversion and accessibility. This is a great place to start exploring the other options outside of a traditional content management system (CMS).  Headless CMS: What does this mean?  A headless CMS consists of an…


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5 Reasons to Implement WordPress for Enterprise

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Because of size and reach, enterprise businesses must be equipped with a scalable and secure web presence to compete in their markets. As a result, new enterprise WordPress VIP and plugins are being developed to provide a more robust system and streamline processes for brands of all shapes and sizes. If you’re already an alternate free theme or third party theme for your WordPress site or another platform altogether, here’s are some strong reasons to invest in WordPress for enterprise. Digital…


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6 Ways to Improve User Experience Through Content Strategy

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Designers, marketers and business owners have a great deal to gain (and learn) from content strategy. A single sentence of copy can easily be ignored with a user scrolling right past, but if called out with the right mix of design and content implementations - it can be the key to conversion. Whether digital media or print assets, beginning a design process with content strategy is a way to ensure that the brand will be shown in the most authentic and intuitive manner. When a design and content…


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A Better Content Management System for a More Agile Business

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While it may not seem that choosing the right content management system has to do with branding authenticity, there is a clear connection. The fact is that most content management systems put in place fail because of human factors (i.e.) the system is too complicated, the user is inexperienced, there are too many steps, the specifications don't fit the company and so on. While some multi step systems may work for one enterprise, it might not work for another. Choosing the right system can open…


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