A web content management system allows for website administration by non-technical users, by making use of templates and forms in the software interface. A WCM system lets users create content, manage documents, and maintain and moderate visitor-generated content.

Some popular WCM platforms and vendors include: OpenText, Joomla, DotNetNuke, CrownPeak, Drupal, Alfresco and Documentum.


Web Content Management

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One on One with David Aponovich of CMS Myth

David Aponovich is a CMS Strategist at ISITE Design, a national CMS and web strategy consultancy, and blogger at the CMS Myth. He has also worked as a marketing director for a web content management

Stephen Powers' 10 WCM lessons

Stephen Powers from Forrester recently ran a webinar (sponsored by Siteworx, Inc.) that looked at "10 Lessons Learned from Management at the Nexus of Your Marketing and Customer Experience Strategy."

OpenText releases version 10 of web content management software

OpenText released a new version of its web content management suite this week, but the recent purchase of Vignette (which itself announced a new version of the Vignette content management suite just

The free content conundrum

With the release of Chris Anderson's new book this week on the free content model called " Free," experts have weighed in on the subject. Everyone from Seth Godin, to Malcolm Gladwell, to Chris Brogan

Vignette marches forward with release of VCM-V8

Vignette announced this week, a soft release of the latest version of their web content management product dubbed VCM-V8 or Vignette Content Management-Version 8. The product will be released

Fatwire releases two new products for marketers

This week, FatWire announced the release of two new analytics products: FatWire Engage 7.5 for personalization and FatWire Analytics 2.5 for web content optimization. The two products work in

DotNetNuke releases update to Professional Edition

DotNetNuke announced this week it was releasing version 5.10 of its Professional Edition. DotNetNuke is an open source web content management system built on top of Microsoft's.net platform. They

One on One with Arjan van Rooijen of SDL Tridion

Arjan van Rooijen founded Tridion in 1999 and served as a Chief Architect responsible for research, development and execution of Tridion's technological vision in the early years. SDL purchased

Finding the right CMS to fit your organization

CMS Myth recently had an excellent post called "Does Your CMS Fit?" The premise of the post is that there is no perfect CMS out there, only the one that most closely fits the needs of your

SDL Tridion releases web marketing suite

SDL Tridion announced today the launch of SDL Tridion 2009, a unified online marketing suite that provides an end-to-end customer engagement solution. Marketers can create and deploy integrated