As an owner of multiple websites it can be overwhelmingly difficult just to maintain your daily duties due to the sheer number of tedious and mundane tasks that can become involved. Fortunately, through a combination of outsourcing and the utilisation of software it is possible to streamline and/or simplify your job as a webmaster significantly. If you'd like to boost your productivity and spend less time managing your online businesses, consider the following essential tools and resources:
1.Content Management System (CMS)
A content management system like WordPress or Joomla! gives you the ability to create, edit, upload, post, and categorise content within a centralised user-friendly interface. With a CMS you'll have access to a WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) editor that allows you to create web pages in a simplistic, visual manner using self-explanatory button icons to tweak every aspect of content formatting. Using one of these powerful administrative interfaces you'll have the ability to create complex web pages using CSS, HTML, and PHP, but you'll never have to learn any of these programming languages to do so. (How to Choose CMS)
2.Theme Development Software
After becoming acquainted with your CMS, you'll probably start searching for suitable predesigned themes/templates that can be used to redesign the aesthetic aspect of your site with a few clicks of the mouse. To create truly valuable and effective websites, however, you may want to begin creating custom themes using software like Artisteer. (Artisteer Review)
3.Reliable Staff for Outsourcing
Ironically, the most time-consuming tasks associated with managing a website are also usually difficult, if not impossible to automate. For example, content creation is a critical component of any successful website, and no one has been able to develop software that creates legible, informative, and captivating content on an automated basis. For this reason, most webmasters with diverse online businesses have a team of workers at their beck and call who are capable of developing both written content and custom web designs.
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