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Web Content Management


Web content can be audio, video, text, image files or animation. The website visitor’s experience is fast evolving and developing to become more useful and interactive. Thus the web content can be either documents, letters, emails, e-services and much more. Historically real web content came into existence only after the concept of linking documents using HTML evolved. A copy of the first and original web page can be seen at .

A content management system is a software that is used to manage the website’s content. There can be many different contributers for a web page. The purpose of a web content management is to make these files available within offices, and also across the web. A web content management system is an advanced form of content managenment system and is used for storing, controlling, and publishing of specific news articles, technical / non technical manuals, sales/marketing brochures.

Some of the features of a web content management system include,

  • Import and creation of documents
  • Assigning responsibillity to different categories of content
  • Tracking/ managing multiple versions of content
  • Import and creation of multimedia files
  • Identifying all multiple users
  • Enable search and retrieval of content

Many open source web content management software are available online. Commercial web content management software prices range from $ 5000 to over $ 15000. Managed Outsource Solutions (MOS) is a US based data entry and data management company that offers a wide range of services like, web content development, data procesing, data capture, data mining, online/offline data entry, data cleaning and data conversion to its clients in the US, canada the UK and Australia.

About Julie Clements

Julie Clements

Joined the MOS team in March of 2008. Julie Clements has background in the healthcare staffing arena; as well as 6 years as Director of Sales and Marketing at a 4 star resort. Julie was instrumental in the creation of the medical record review division (and new web site); and has especially grown this division along with data conversion of all kinds.