You’re probably familiar with the main features of Enonic XP by now (we do like to shout about them). Intuitive content management, powerful image handling, a responsive page editor and excellent customer service come together to form what we’re confident is the most flexible and scalable CMS out there.
Having full control over the publishing dates down to hours, minutes and seconds is of course an advantage, but do you know how to make the best use of it for SEO purposes?
Behind any amazing digital experience is an amazing digital team. With a combination of project management skills, development know-how and editing expertise, they’ll be able to guarantee the long-term success of your digital experiences.
How should you control the URL with your CMS? Let’s see what practices are clever. A uniform resource locator (URL), or web address if you will, has several functions. It enables you to visit your website of choice by typing its name, like “Enonic.com”, instead of the IP address that hides behind the scenes.
In order to sweeten the king of SEO, Google, you need to pull off certain tricks. Not necessarily out of your sleeve, but at least when it comes to managing your content and metadata.
When Gjensidige set out to create a new brand profile, the Nordic insurance company knew exactly what they wanted. In an insurance industry characterised by strict frameworks and industry jargon, it was vital for the company to speak a language their customers would understand. This push for clarity stretched beyond their profile – it affected how the leading Nordic insurance company designed their new digital experience too.
The way people interact with digital content is changing, and with that, so too is the way in which those digital experiences are built. So how have content management systems been adapting themselves to accommodate the changing demands of digital? Two terms you may have heard are “headless” and “decoupled”. In this article, we’ll deep dive into these two types of CMS, showing you their similarities, differences, and why you should care.
Digital experiences, like apps or websites, are designed to make interactions and engagement between customer and brands the best they can be. All too often though, companies rely on a range of content management systems and homebrew software to deliver their digital experiences. The result feels jumbled and disjointed to manage, let alone to use.