Content makes a great Web site

According to Godbit Project’s “Youth, Vitality, and Content“:

Having a website is great, but nothing beats a fresh website. In fact, if the content on your church’s website gets outdated, you might as well kiss it goodbye. That’s how important it is.

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Here are three practical ideas for setting up a Web site management system, as proposed by the post:

  1. Designate someone as the website caretaker.
  2. Meet regularly with your website caretaker.
  3. Use a Content Management System.

Need help finding a content management system?

There are literally hundreds of CMSs out there, so I won’t explore them in depth in this article. However, here are a few better-known CMSs designed to live on your website:

These CMSs are designed to live on a particular computer in your office:

These CMSs are services that you subscribe to:

Check out Andy Knight’s awesome article With All Thy Getting, Get a Site You Can Update.

This blog is a great source of info on how to get your organization online, and do a good job of it. Definitely worth keeping on your favorites list.

Author: Paloma Cruz

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