WordPress Secrets that Enterprise CMS Vendors Don’t Want you to Know


Last Updated on April 8, 2016

CMS as the name suggests is a software that is used to manage content on websites. There are big and powerful cms vendors available in the market today. They provide you with all the features and functions needed to set up a well customized web site for both small and medium publishers. They may also provide you with the desired web solutions, address your needs and help you to create and manage information in an effective manner, but you should be very much ready to loosen your pockets for all these uninterrupted services. CMS vendors may be very quick to answer your queries and provide you flawless services, but what they won’t let you know is that all these services could be made available to you at your call and that too with minimal price or no price.

WordPress is what these CMS vendors never want their audience to know about. WordPress is an easy to use, open sourced, user-friendly interface with the largest online community that is completely dedicated to make this platform work for you. WordPress is free and hosting is very inexpensive. Small business owners can get a good looking web site running at a very low cost. And with the thousands of themes and plugins available, they can quickly customize the look of the site, and extend its functionality without knowing how to program.

Though WordPress provides us a stable and reliable platform in terms of performance but like any other technical system, you can run into problems along the way. These problems arise when you try to change the WordPress platform too much. Out of these problems arises the most admiring feature of WordPress that is, for everything you don’t like about it there is a plugin to fix your problem. There are several plugins that help their users with various kinds of problems.

1. ContentCloud

ContentCloud from Betaout is one of the latest editorial project management solutions for mid to large WordPress publishers. Its a cloud based service which has plugins with WordPress installations. The interface is sleek, highly intuitive and user-friendly with a very short learning curve. Editors and publishers can create custom editorial workflows with proper placement of desks.

Each desk can have one or more users with same user roles. These desks can be shared across multiple publications giving publishers a highly collaborative environment across their network and not just one one site. Editors can easily follow assignments as they move from one desk to another, and can collaborate effectively within the interface.

Editors can create and edit assignments for their team, track their changes, send feedback, manage deadlines and set-up their own custom workflows. Once editors are happy with their content, they can publish assignments directly to their WordPress sites thanks to a seamless integration between ContentCloud and WordPress platform. Some other features includes resource sharing, editorial calendar, team analytics, activity feed and team management. Highly recommended.

2. Newsflow

Newsflow plugin is a widely used plugin that specializes in fetching and publishing RSS feeds by allowing the administrator to select each feed manually. The plugin allows for fetching of multiple feeds at the same time and offers complete editorial support which makes it a very interactive plugin for websites with multiple authors. Newsflow plugin allows administrators to read and mark items from the fetched feeds while keeping track of read items by demarking them. The plugin allows the feeds to be posted as a draft on any specific page or any custom post. Newsflow plugin has been tested for network installations and no major issue has been reported.

3. Revisionary

Revisionary is an interactive plugin that allows users to post modified suggestions and revisions of any published content. The revisions are brought to the notice of an assigned editor immediately and the revisions are published in real time. Contributors or authors can also post revisions of their own posted content and changes once approved can be published immediately or even scheduled for future content publication.

4. WP Emphasis

WP Emphasis plugin performs the function of highlighting a particular segment of a document. It is made available in the URL hash, through which you can email it, bookmark it or share it. Highlighting of a text can be done on a sentence or paragraph level. The most attractive feature of this plugin is that you don’t need to set anything up for it. Just install it, tap shift twice and you’re ready to work with it.

5. VoteIt

VoteIt plugin creates a button on your WordPress editor, which performs the function of embedding your votes from VoteIt and keeps your readers engaged with updates from your side. In simple language, this plugin is an online collaboration tool for infusing some sort of fun and joy in the process of decision-making.

So we can see how by using smart WordPress plugins we can establish a strong and perfect streamline workflow for WordPress website, which other CMS vendors never want their customers to know about.

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