A Content Management System (CMS) is a software application that allows users to create, manage, and publish digital content, typically for websites or other online platforms. A CMS provides an intuitive interface for users to add, modify, and delete content without requiring technical knowledge or coding skills.
With a CMS, website owners and content creators can easily create and manage website pages, blog posts, images, videos, and other digital assets. A CMS typically separates the content of a website from its design and layout, allowing users to focus on creating and editing content without needing to understand the technical details of website design.
A CMS can offer various features such as user management, version control, workflow management, and content scheduling. Some CMSs are open-source and freely available, while others are proprietary and require licensing or subscription fees.
The use of a CMS can help organizations to streamline content creation and management, improve workflow efficiencies, and ensure consistent branding and messaging across their online presence. Common CMSs include WordPress, Drupal, and Joomla.
Average Order Value (AOV) refers to the median total of every order a merchant receives during a defined period.
ASIN is an acronym that stands for “Amazon Standard Identification Number.” When you visit a product page on Amazon’s website, the URL contains this 10-character number.
Bounce rate is a web analytics metric that measures the percentage of website visitors who leave a website after viewing only one page, without interacting with any other pages on the site.