Basic Features of a Content Management System
- Content creation
- Content storage
- Workflow management
Content creation: The act of coming up with topic ideas that are appealing to your buyer persona, developing written or visual material around those ideas, and then making that information available to your audience via a blog, video, infographic, or other kinds of formats is known as content production.
Content storage: Information can be stored using content-addressable storage (CAS), also known as content-addressed storage or fixed-content storage, so that it can be accessed based on its content rather than its name or location.
Workflow management: The identification, organization, and coordination of a specified group of tasks that lead to a given result are referred to as workflow management. Workflow management is the process of increasing production, reducing errors, and automating workflows wherever it is practical to do so.
Publishing: Making information, books, music, software, and other items available to the public, whether for a fee or for free, is known as publishing. The phrase has historically been used to describe the production and distribution of printed materials like books, newspapers, and magazines.