Do you have a website? How easy is it for you to update it? Do you have to email a webmaster to make updates for you? If you would like to make updates yourself, you should definitely check out Micro CMS.
In a nutshell, Micro CMS (which stands for “content management system”) provides editable regions on your website. To change the content of one of these regions, simply click on the small “e” icon above the region, and you can easily make changes in the WYSIWYG editor. When you’re changes are done, simply click the “save” icon, and your page is updated. If you can use Microsoft Word, you can use Micro CMS.
One of the neat features about this system is that it also provides version control for your content. If you make changes, and would like to go to another version of the content, simply click the green arrows above the region. In this way, you can move back and forward through your content’s different versions (by default, 15 versions!).
The benefits of this nifty program should be obvious. Anyone in your law firm can update content. Essentially, this means that your website will always be up-to-date.
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