marketingwebaus - 11:18 pm on May 1, 2012 (gmt 0)
Not sure if this is the right forum but it relates to running a web design business, so here goes.
Most of my web design/development work I do either in basic (X)HTML/CSS, or I use Wordpress, or I use Joomla, depending on what suits the clients best.
I've noticed recently that most of my direct competitors (i'm in Australia) working on the lower end of the market (cheap websites) all advertise "includes a CMS to edit your content".
I personally don't think that a CMS is best in every situation, particularly since some of what i'm talking about are basic packages for a 3 or 5 page website. BUT it makes it look like my offering has less.
Does anyone know what CMS (white labeled) most of these will be using? Is there any concensus or could it be any?
Or to put it another way - are there any CMS systems that are very simple for the end user, can be added into just a normal html website (rather than say a full wordpress install), and come at a once off fixed cost under $100 (not a monthly fee)?
Thanks in advance,