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Content Creator Pro - An Honest Review

Have you been trying to build web sites with Adsense to generate an online income? But really all you have done is generate web sites that aren't earning money and just causing you heartache.

Ok let me start by stating that I have no technical ability when it comes to designing web sites. So, like many, I have gone down the long route of buying nearly all the so called easy softwares for getting your sites up and running, spending in the process in excess of a thousand dollars.

Then I came across Content Creator Pro and what a revelation that was. In 2 days I went from having a portfolio of nasty looking sites made using far more expensive software, to having what I consider to be 4 professional looking and polished adsense web sites,and the best part is they are now earning money. I urge you to make the best investment you will make if you are serious about building quality sites and buy Content Creator Pro.

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RSSUnderground Editor's Tip! Hey - do you want to have a free hosted web site that you can use for anything you want? The only catch is that these guys show an Adsense ad at the top of the page - but so what! You can still use it to promote your business or other web sites! I do not make any money from telling you this - just the satsisfaction of knowing I am helping my fellow webmasters and marketers find quality free web hosting! Look at my free site - Espanol Articulous. I haven't done much with it yet but it is a real site and you even get proper FTP so you can upload images and pages without having to use a clunky file manager! Check it out! It's worth it - it's free!

Not only is the software one of the most intuitive pieces of software I have been fortunate to use, but the support from Jess the author of the software is second to none.There is an active user forum where you can trade ideas, as well as an Elite group that you can join, that will provide you with additional graphics and Content for you sites, although I must state clearly that this is not necessary to produce professional looking sites. Honestly the best piece of software I have used in pursuit of earning a living from adsense.

My Conclusion

Content Creator pro is a server side application that allows you to create professional looking Adsense sites with ease. Coupled with a user forum and excellent support from the creator Jess Baylon you really can't fail to succeed

About the Writer of this Article

Tony Roberts is now a full time Affiliate Marketeer after giving up full time job as an IT Consultant if you would like to earn cash with Adsense, check out "How To Earn Hundreds Of Dollars A Day With Google Adsense?"

What is a content management system and Why do i need one?

This article introduces content management systems and gives an overview of their features and benefits. It should be read by anyone unsure of quite what a CMS can do for them.

What is a CMS? A content management system is a piece of software that allows you to edit the content on your web site without having any web design skills.

In the first instance, a web designer creates a series of CMS templates which your pages are dropped into. You then use a simple interface to add, edit or delete the content on your pages. You can also quickly and easily create new pages yourself.

Why do I need one? There are obvious benefits to installing a CMS. Your web site need not change in style at all: it can simply be re-created in the CMS. You can then update it yourself as often as you like, without the need to call a web design company and pay for the changes each time.

If you update your web site on a regular basis, and do not currently use a CMS, you could save a lot of time and money by implementing one. If you do not yet have a web site and are about to have one developed, you should think very carefully about what you will be using it for. To stay competitive in this day and age, web sites need to be far more than a static brochure. If you think you will be updating your content more than a couple of times each month, creating your web site using a CMS is highly recommended.

If you do not update your web site at all, you should be asking yourself whether you ought to start. If your customers see the same thing each time they visit your web site, they will quickly stop visiting. A CMS will allow you to quickly and easily transform your web site into an interesting and dynamic marketing tool.

What features do they offer? A huge variety. Most CMS' are available in a few different versions with differing levels of functionality. Obviously the ability to update content is shared by all systems, but some other features that CMS' can offer are: access rights management and content approval; dual or multi-lingual functionality; dynamic site maps; e-commerce; email alerts; form creation and management; image optimisation and processing; meta-tag updating; search functionality; site security; standards and accessibility compliance; statistical reports; versioning...

This is not an exhaustive list and not all CMS' will offer the above features. However with such a wide variety of systems available, you should ensure you take some time to find the one that is right for your business.

What about pricing? This will largely depend on the size of your web site, the number of users that will be updating it through the CMS and the amount of functionality you require.

As a (very) rough pricing guide; CMS' suitable for SME's range from as little as £350 per user to as much as £30,000. For larger businesses, enterprise level CMS' start at around £30,000 and go right up to around £250,000.

With such a huge variety of systems and pricing; it is highly recommended that you look around and get some advice before purchasing one.

Where can I get one? You can get in touch with the CMS supplier if you know which is right for you. Alternatively, you can get in touch with a software company or consultant such as us - we'll be happy to advise you on the best way forward. Happy updating...

This article is copyright Fire Without Smoke Software 2003. Permission must be sought from www.fwoss.com or info@fwoss.com for any reproduction.

Polly is the research director for Fire Without Smoke Software Ltd (FWOSS).

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