Publishers have more hungry mouths and minds to feed than ever. Today's brands must publish a lot of content—and often. To become a well-oiled publishing machine, your content management system (CMS) must be equipped to sustain this kind of volume.
Recent college grad and junior product manager, Amelia Bragg, explains the differences in her experiences building and launching sites on WordPress and Brightspot, including usability, flexibility, and ease of use.
On September 12, an Apple staffer accidentally published Apple's new products to their website ahead of their live presentation. Find out how this PR disaster could have been prevented with the Brightspot CMS.
Now you can replatform faster than the time it took for you to decide to redesign and relaunch your site—in under six months. If you're stuck on a clunky, outdated CMS like Adobe Experience Manager it's time to seek out a better alternative.
Moving web properties to the cloud has been a high-priority initiative for IT for several years now. If you’re considering a cloud-based CMS for your organization, these four areas should be on your checklist.
Many enterprises with large and diverse brand portfolios struggle to efficiently create and maintain a cohesive brand identity across their digital properties. Why? Because most of their brand experiences are built and maintained on different CMS platforms.