What do marketers need to know about headless CMS? – Smart Insights

What is headless CMS and how can it benefit marketers?

It’s a question that you may have either been asked or have asked yourself in the last few months—”what exactly is headless CMS and why should marketers care?” It’s unproven. It’s not ready to use. It’s too technical. It’s only for developers. All common concerns that I have heard to date. But that’s not the whole story. The CMS marketplace is moving on and it’s important to understand how.

The Stuff of Nightmares

For many marketers technical advancements are a nightmare. Having to learn new technologies, keep up with the times, and figure out how to utilise them to their full potential—it’s all very scary. But headless CMS doesn’t need to invoke sleepless nights thinking of the four horsemen of the apocalypse approaching. The headless CMS architecture is still developing and as it evolves, it will become a useful tool for both developers and marketers alike – whether client-side or agency-side.

 

Source: What do marketers need to know about headless CMS? – Smart Insights Digital Marketing Advice

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