A Proprietary CMS Isn’t Necessarily The Way To Go

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There are lots of content management systems. Some charge a small fortune to use their products, they are proprietary and almost always closed source (ie. Adobe Experience Manager, Microsoft Sharepoint, and Salesforce’s CMS to name a few). Proprietary CMS companies sell their enterprise clients on functionality, which is often overkill for much of the company’s needs. Many times there is a better option than paying enormous sums for a closed CMS platform. One of these alternatives is WordPress. WordPress powers more than 35% of the web and is utilized by some big named sites: New York Observer, New York...

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