Is your method of managing web content stuck in the past? Join BMA Colorado and Gold Partner Refactored as we examine the industry, technology, and consumer trends that are changing the way companies create, publish, and manage content--and how you can keep up.
When it comes to publishing digital content, what you see is no longer guaranteed to be what your customers get—or want. New ways of viewing and using content and new consumer experience expectations are driving new ways to author, publish, and manage content. Are you ready?
Join BMA Colorado and Gold Partner Refactored as we examine the industry, technology, and consumer trends that are changing the way companies create, publish, and manage content—and how you can keep up. We’ll also present examples of various content management system (CMS) options we find most useful. You’ll finish this session with a clear understanding of the pros and cons of available CMS platforms and how to choose the one that’s right for you.
>>Who should attend?
Marketing professionals (SMB and enterprise)
Website designers and consultants
>> What will you take away?
BMA Colorado and Gold Partner Refactored present a quick yet comprehensive look at the future of content management. We’ll discuss:
The evolution of the content management system (CMS)
Industry, technology, and consumer trends that are driving new CMS approaches
The pros and cons of three CMS types
How to find a CMS platform that works for your business or clients
Join us for this informative webinar, and learn how to bring your content management system up to speed with content consumer demands.
>> Featured Speakers
Rob Bean, Co-Owner and Marketing Strategist, Refactored
Rob has been a marketing leader for more than two decades helping B2B organizations in industries ranging from manufacturing to mining to high tech achieve marketing goals that lead to hard revenue results. Pragmatic by nature, Rob is always looking to bring value to both his client and his client’s client.
>> The Details
Mar 27, 2019 11AM - 12PM Mountain Time
10AM - 11AM Pacific Time
11AM - 12PM Mountain Time
12PM- 1PM Central Time
1PM - 2PM Eastern Time