Content Management System (CMS)
A content management system (CMS) is an application that is used to manage web content, allowing multiple contributors to create, edit and publish. Content in a CMS is typically stored in a database and displayed in a presentation layer based on a set of templates.
The idea of having a capable content management system is to allow you to update your own website effortlessly without having to maintain the costs of a hiring a webmaster.
Now why do you want to pay us to integrate and develop your website based on a free open-source software?
Trust us, you would rather spend your precious time working on your business than to fumble around getting your website built by yourself and end up not achieving its intended objectives.
WordPress powers more than 37% of all sites on the internet, making it a leading platform. You can easily and quickly edit a website using its visual page builder and then customize it with any of the thousands of plugins and themes available in the official directory or other third-party sites.
Like WordPress, Joomla is an open-source CMS. What sets Joomla apart is its built-in multilingual support and advanced user and content management options, which make it ideal for membership, community, and social networking sites.
Qweekweb is an online website builder that helps you build and host professional looking web pages quickly without needing to code or setup your own web server. With one click you can add pre-made design blocks, pages and funnels. Or pick one of our highly-converting funnels or build your own flows.