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Content Management
By: Jase Dow
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    2005-03-09

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    More and more businesses are recognizing the importance of content management when it comes to their websites.Website content is more important than ever before, and as the Internet matures and changes, it is likely be become even more important. Many smart companies are beginning to make their website content the centerpiece of their Internet presence.

    Content management means many things to different people, but it is generally understood to be the concept of separating the design and layout of a website from the actual content contained on that website. This allows a company's web developer to do his job more efficiently and not get bogged down with endless requests for changes, additions and deletions to the content of the web page. More importantly, it allows employees who are not web developers to update the company's web page.

    When seeing the changes that have occurred to content management over the last couple of years, it is helpful to take a step back. The commercial Internet is only about 10 years old. What began as a way for government researchers to communicate their findings with their peers has morphed into the giant commercial enterprise that is today's Internet. With this explosive growth over the period of just a decade or so, it is no wonder that content management has changed and grown as well.

    It may take another 20 years or more until the Internet is fully mature, and many more changes are likely to be in store. Seeing those changes coming can put your business on the cutting edge and position you for success.

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