Benefits of using CMS
1. Quick and easy page management :
Any approved user can quickly and easily publish online without complicated software or programming. Automated templates that can be changed easily on one place and then move all through the system. A good CMS allows non-technical authors and editors to easily and quickly publish their content with relative ease.
2. Design changes are simple:
If you want to change the site design, a CMS makes the process easy. That’s because the content and design are in separate virtual boxes, so you can make design changes while keeping the site functional. You can manipulate content without fear of accidentally changing the design.
3. Mobile optimization:
Advanced CMSs offer mobile optimization, automatically presentation and content for different devices. The CMS automatically scales your site to fit tablets, mobile devices and smaller browser windows.
4. Controlling itself:
CMS you are in control, with the ability to assign tasks and roles and to check progress at any time. That puts you in the driving seat when it comes to this important business tool.
5. Flexibility for developers :
Because the CMS enables non-technical users to easily publish content, this frees up technical developers to focus on functionality and enhanced features.
6. SEO friendly:
CMS helps to develop SEO friendly websites. The CMS helps to optimize your website so that search engine users can easily find your information. The website created using CMS loads quickly and is fast in functionality.
7. Show what you want:
You can create restricted content so only authorized user can view your pages. There is complete user manager in various CMS so you can choose which page you want to public and which one not.
8. Improving your Search Engine:
A CMS allows you to make changes to your site in real time if you wish, and these changes will be reflected in your search engine rankings. You can more easily stay on top of your success and make quick adjustments when needed to continually improve your site’s effectiveness. This invites external contribution (e.g. comments, forum, likes etc…), an integral component in staying relevant and improving your search engine ranking.
9. Multiple Template:
When you customize your template, your whole site (every page) will have that same look. So you don’t have to go into each individual page and style it. Saving you loads of time. But also be aware that with most CMS’s, you can use multiple templates on your site so you can have different looks on different pages. Making your life so much easier.
10. Updated daily:
The CMS allows alerts to be set to notify the editor when content needs to be reviewed, updated or removed. This will help prevent old data from being presented. If you don`t have time to write fresh content daily then there is no big deal some CMS provides you facility like Joomla and WordPress to schedule your content so that you can write 10s article and schedule it for next 10 days so your content will be fresh daily and this will really generate traffic.
11. Save more Money:
They are cheaper; no license fees, no fees for upgrades, no contracts to sign and no long-term commitments .Plain and simple, in the long run you’ll save money versus paying someone, whether they’re a member of your staff or an outside consultant or service, to make all your changes and updates by hand.
12. Useful RSS Feed:
CMS also included very useful feature RSS Feed. RSS feeds let your website’s visitors receive daily feeds of the content you publish. Likewise, you can use RSS feeds form other sites in combination with content spinning applications to keep fresh relevant content published on your site daily.
13. Security :
Security is automatic. A CMS can facilitate better content security. It can control who is allowed to publish to the website, and who is allowed to see what content. Even your file may be hacked but your database will be safe and in term of CMS you get very tight security for editing any file.
14. Shared resources :
Website managers will have access to shared resources, such as modules, images, audio and video files, etc.
Very broadly written in simplest manner. O would rather call it CMS for dummies