TYPO3 Supports Your Content Strategy

“Outlining and organizing projects as a tree structure is powerful and convenient,” Pixelant's TYPO3 expert Mathias Bolt Lesniak writes in a recent typo3.com blog post.

In the article, Mathias outlines four ways TYPO3 supports your content strategy. Choosing the right content management system can speed up your content creation and keep your website easy to navigate for your visitors.

From a content strategy standpoint, TYPO3 is probably the best CMS out there. The trademark pagetree helps organize the information structure, and working with content elements splits your content into managable topic-based sections.

TYPO3 gives you the overview you need, at the level you need it, all the way down to individual headers. The enterprise-level CMS encourages you to think structure and SEO from the get-go.

If you work with content, reading this article is time well spent: Nuts and Bolts of Content Strategy in TYPO3 CMS

Contact us at Pixelant if you would like to know more about how we can speed up your content production and optimize your content strategy by using core TYPO3 features.

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