Content Management System (CMS)

What is Content Management System (CMS)?


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.

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Customer Lifetime Value (CLV)

What is Customer Lifetime Value (CLV)?

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What is CPM?

CPM stands for "Cost per Mille" (also known as "Cost per Thousand"), which is a metric used in advertising to measure the cost of reaching one thousand impressions or views of an advertisement.

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What is MOQ?

MOQ stands for Minimum Order Quantity, which refers to the smallest quantity of goods or products that a supplier or manufacturer is willing to sell to a buyer in a single order.