A CMS also provides a certain level of comfort for non-professionals tasked with updating their employers' websites; in most cases, all they need to do is type in the new website info and hit "submit," "publish" or "post."
But for all their benefits, CMS can introduce a whole range of issues over time, including:
- Poor/non-existent SEO
- Inconsistent, improperly sized or missing images
- Broken text links on multiple pages
- Missing videos, PDFs or other files
- Inconsistent, unprofessional differences in font size, type and color
For a full rundown of all the issues and how to address them, make sure to read our most recent blog post.