Getting Better Websites: What Law Firms Need to Know About CMS

, The Legal Intelligencer


As tempting as it is to look at a competitor’s website, say, “I want what they have — but better,” and leave the rest to a website designer, law firm administrators risk heavier site maintenance costs — as well as untold headaches — if they don’t understand their options. Firms need to be aware of the differences between open-source code and proprietary code content management systems for websites. There has been a lot of discussion lately throughout the legal marketing community about the two and the hazard of choosing one solution over the other.

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