Web Content Management Systems:  Not All Are Created Equal

Web Content Management (WCM) means many things to many people.  Simply put, Web content solutions enable and ease the creation and management of content on a Web site or blog or in email marketing communications.   

Through this Webinar, you will learn:

  • Why you should want a content management system
  • A breakdown of the various types of Web Content Management solutions
  • The features and functionalities of these solutions
  • Advantages and disadvantages of proprietary and closed loop systems
  • Strategic planning
  • How to successfully evaluate and source a Web Content Management System platform or service provider  

This is a must attend Webinar for marketers, content editors and developers. 

At the conclusion of the live Webinar, there will be a question and answer session so that you will have valuable time to ask the presenter, Oto Hlincik of newline Creations, your most pressing questions about Web Content Management Systems.

Today, Web sites are a vital component to your organization's operations, which means you must constantly keep the information on your Web site up-to-date.  This also means that you must have either experienced Web editors on staff or non-technical contributors who are able to manage content on the Web site or blog or in email marketing. 

Instructor Profile 
Oto Hlincik is the founder and Senior Business Analyst at newline Creations.  He has received a B.A. in Computer Systems and M.S. in Organizational Leadership, both from Mercyhurst College.  He has extensive experience in designing, developing and using Web Content Management Systems.  He is also knowledgable of all the aspects of designing, developing, supporting and managing an internal and external Web presence.




1:00p.m. to 2:30p.m.


Online (Webinar)

       For Webinar details call 
       (814) 898-6547.

For Non-Profit


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embracing the interactive

dimension of online."
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