Moving from Sitebuilder to Open Source Content Management System (CMS).

Moving from Sitebuilder to Open Source Content Management System (CMS).

There are pros and cons to everything in life, and nowhere is this more evident than in the site building community. For years, people have had two choices, and for years to come, they will have the same two choices: site builders or open source content management systems (CMS)? To determine which of these two is best for you, you need to understand a little about each, and also know where your skills and interests lie. If you’re ready to start your own website and want to know the easiest and/or best way to do it the way you want, follow these guidelines:

If you have limited knowledge of web programming, use Sitebuilder. In doing so, you’ll have to make some concessions, but in the end, your site will be up and running in minutes instead of days. Many beginners prefer Sitebuilder because the templates are all there and it’s as easy to use as a word processor. The downside to Sitebuilder, however, is that there is very little customization you can add beyond what the tools allow. Still, it’s a sure fire way to get a decent looking site up and running in no time. However, for more professionals, it may be better to follow guideline number two:

If you want a fully customized web experience but don’t have the knowledge to make it happen, hire someone else to build a site from scratch or learn an open source CMS. Open source CMS are free to use and modify. If you take the time to read the programming language, you will see that it is not as difficult as you think. But if you don’t have the patience to do that, there are plenty of freelance programmers looking for extra cash who would be happy to write your own code. Of course, the more complicated the website, the more expensive it will be. And that brings you to the third and final guideline:

Determine the type of site you want and need. While you may want a flash site packed with intense graphical intensity and a variety of other bells and whistles, you should be prepared to pay more. If your audience isn’t the flashy type, you could be throwing your money away. Start with your audience. No one knows them better than you. Investigate them thoroughly and don’t make another move until you have a firm handle on the situation.

Your site is the cornerstone of your business, a representative of your passion. Treat him well by making him look his best at all times.

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