What's the Best High-End CMS Platform From an SEO Perspective?

by smeatz
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Thanks for all your helpful suggestions. Much appreciated and will take on board.
#cms #highend #perspective #platform #seo
  • Profile picture of the author Sandycmy
    These guys may charge later - as of now they are free.

    I believe it has the capacity to scale up to mid-sized enterprise needs. However you figure it out

    Here you go ...

    Karma CMS :: CSS / XHTML Website Builder :: Hosting for Businesses, Artists, Bands and More
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  • Profile picture of the author bgmacaw
    Originally Posted by smeatz View Post

    PS: "Yes, I KNOW Wordpress is great etc... but I am really interested in serious mid-range and enterprise-level CMS platforms here".
    WordPress isn't serous? Imagine that. :rolleyes::rolleyes:
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    • Profile picture of the author smeatz
      Originally Posted by bgmacaw View Post

      WordPress isn't serous? Imagine that. :rolleyes::rolleyes:

      I just KNEW you'd come flying out of the woodwork with a barbed comment like that...lmao

      Personally, I use Wordpress for the majority of all my own websites, but it DOES have limitations when it comes to customisation at times.
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      • Profile picture of the author bgmacaw
        Originally Posted by smeatz View Post

        I just KNEW you'd come flying out of the woodwork with a barbed comment like that...lmao
        Sorry. I just find it annoying when corporate IT managers look down on open source solutions that will do exactly what they want just because they're free. It's one of those perception things.

        I know what you mean about the limitations of WordPress, especially for internal or restricted access corporate apps. One can be guilty of using it in a hammer/nail scenario too.

        I do like Sharepoint for situations where integration with other Microsoft services and apps is important but I found it's a bit messy for a public facing presence and promotion site. It's doable but a lot of extra work on the part of admins and designers.
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        • Profile picture of the author smeatz
          Originally Posted by bgmacaw View Post

          Sorry. I just find it annoying when corporate IT managers look down on open source solutions that will do exactly what they want just because they're free. It's one of those perception things.

          I know what you mean about the limitations of WordPress, especially for internal or restricted access corporate apps. One can be guilty of using it in a hammer/nail scenario too.

          I do like Sharepoint for situations where integration with other Microsoft services and apps is important but I found it's a bit messy for a public facing presence and promotion site. It's doable but a lot of extra work on the part of admins and designers.
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          Thanks BGMACAW... you summed it up beautifully. It really is a perception thing amongst IT managers.
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  • Profile picture of the author Urvinthusu
    Hi, well from seo perspective undoubtedly sitecore best cms platform with its distinct features ,we are certified sitecore partners successfully delivered many projects working on same platform.
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