Definitions for "Content Management"
Continuous maintenance of all contents of a website under the aspect of keeping it up to date and achieving a top listing by search engines.
A method used by Web content authors, editors, and site administrators to submit, tag, approve, and publish changing content on a Web server. Site contributors update content into the site's database to assemble various Web pages. Content management is a feature of several development tools.
The process of managing content to keep it current. For example adding new items to the online catalog. Also refers to a supplier's web site's abilty to diplay information that varies by customer, for example customer specific pricing.
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Administering content to ensure that it is well organized, accurate up-to-date, etc., so that it can be quickly and effectively delivered to an intended audience.
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The flexibility for an advertiser to modify content.
Process by which information is modified on a Web site.
Licensing of programme content to broadcasters, mobile networks, internet service providers and computer software companies.
system in which the contents of a document is separated from the way in which it is displayed meaning that the display of the content can be controlled dynamically