Janet Driscoll Miller at Search Mojo, wrote an excellent article that every domainer thinking about developing should read.
She mentioned the five features to consider when choosing your content management system.
From the article:
As an SEO consultant, I have worked with a variety of content management systems (CMS) over the years, and when it comes to SEO, some provide better options than others for optimization. Here are my five key features to look for when choosing an SEO-friendly CMS.
1. Ability to edit title tags on each page. While most CMS templates easily allow you to have a standard title tag on every page of your website, ideally you want the ability to edit the title tag on each page of the website to make it unique to that page's topic and content. The title tag serves as the link in your search engine result, so you want it to be customized to that page, containing keywords for both initial optimization purpose and to entice clicks once the page is ranked.
Often I find that CMS products (such as WordPress) may use the headline of the page as the title tag for the page. That will also work fine since you are able to control the page headline. Still other systems may have a plugin available to allow this option. Just make sure that you can control the title tag output and vary it for each page of the site.
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