Let me describe an all-too-common scenario: You have a website which has grown organically over some time. While it has a lot of useful content, it is far from being perfect. Much of the content is outdated and inaccurate, the website becomes complex and affects its design. Worse yet, you’ve lost track of all the content on the website, and because you’re the only one managing it, the updates are piling up. You can’t remember what was on the website last month, or a year ago You know you are in a difficult position if your customer needs a rollback. Does this situation sound familiar? There is little that you can do and if this sounds bad, you’re not the only person.
Too many problems and all at the same time, too much isn’t it? How do you tackle this issue? Well, for starters you need a tool that can help you avoid these issues so you’re always up to date when it comes to your website. A Content Management System is a tool specifically designed with the aim of making your life simpler. However, before moving ahead with why you need a Content Management System (CMS), let us first understand what a CMS is.