Whether you’re a big or small business owner, with a physical location or not, you need a website for your presence to be found online, otherwise you do not exist in the eyes of your customers. Back in those days, search engine optimisation (SEO) played a major role on which sites appeared in the search results, which is why some businesses made unwise decisions then to increase their Google ranking with spammy SEO tactics.
However with the recent algorithm change implemented by Google, the old way of keyword stuffing your way to the first page of search engines is now long gone, and sites which utilized tactics like those were punished so heavily by Google’s Panda and Penguin updates in 2011 and 2012 that a lot of them just disappeared entirely from the search results.
Since then, businesses have tried cleaning up their act, or failing that starting anew with a brand new site, and found that the old SEO strategies which worked for them before have became a baggage now.
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A while back, I had published an article “Which CMS is the best?” writing on the different functionalities of which CMS to choose: Drupal or Joomla. In the Open Source CMS Award over the years, Drupal and Joomla have always been featured in the top three positions of Best Open Source PHP CMS category. This year, Drupal was awarded 1st prize in this category with Joomla being 2nd runner-up just behind WordPress.
It may or may not come as a surprise to many that WordPress has earned the top prize by winning the Overall Best Open Source SMS Award this year. Furthermore it is the first time in the past four years that WordPress has won the award, securing a place for them in the Hall of Fame category for the award in 2010. This is an incredible achievement for WordPress as it is now recognized as a full-featured CMS and not just a blogging platform in the market which signifies that it has become a great success amongst users and developers over the past year.
Other categories in the CMS Award included Most Promising Open Source CMS and Best Other Open Source PHP CMS. ImpressCMS won top spot for Most Promising Open Source CMS while Pligg and Pixie shared a tie for 1st runner-up position. Last but not least, winner of the Best Other Open Source PHP CMS was Plone followed by dotCMS and mojoPortal.
Congratulations to all the winners of this year’s CMS Award!!