According to recent usage statistics from W3Techs, WordPress is the leading content management system (CMS), accounting for 60 percent of the market share. WordPress websites are on the rise; the CMS once considered strictly a blogging platform currently accounts for about 21 percent of websites – up from about 17 percent last April. That means […]
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So, you’ve signed on to have VIUS build you a responsive, W3C-compliant site built on an open-source CMS. But, what does that all mean? The people who build, maintain and optimize websites speak a language all their own. And, unfortunately for those unacquainted with this lingo, there’s no Rosetta Stone program for tech speak. Generally, […]
So, it’s a new year – time for making resolutions and turning over a new leaf. In 2014, you’ll hit the gym five times a week, read two books a month, devote more time to your hobbies. But what about goals for your social media accounts? Maybe you’re doing inventory of your Facebook friends list […]
In case you missed it, Google appears to have moved entirely to secure search. The search engine giant has yet to release any information about the move in any Google publication, such as the Google Analytics blog. But search marketers and internet news outlets have been reporting the change since Monday, resulting in a near-hysteria […]
The holidays are among us. As you get in the spirit with Yule logs, carols and fruit cakes, we want to be sure to extend our version of holiday cheer to you and yours.
The last post touched on open-source content management systems’ origins and a brief overview of the differences between available technologies. In this post, we will discuss the hidden costs of free open-source software.
In this two-part blog series, we will examine how open-source content management systems (CMSs) can both save and cost you money. In addition, we’ll briefly touch on the strengths of the most popular content management systems: WordPress, Joomla!, and Drupal.