In this tech-savvy world, where almost everyone wants to have one’s own website or a web presence, it is of utmost importance to have some user-friendly tools available to run such web pages as not every user is tech-friendly or a code-geek!  

And why do we say code-geek? Because creating a website and its other content from scratch requires a good bit of coding which can only be done by users who are experts at it.  

Content Management System (the ‘CMS’) is a software that comes in handy for both, tech experts and non-tech users, as it provides a readymade platform for the creation of website content and make further modifications. CMS can also be used for document management apart from website management.  

Let us explore CMS in detail. 


CMS aka Content Management System is made up of two parts viz. Content Management Application and Content Delivery Application.  

  1. The Content Management Application (the ‘CMA’) as the name suggests provides the autonomy to create and manage the content on the website
  2. The Content Delivery Application on the other hand acts as the backbone for the CMA. It acts as the storage house for the content one inputs in the CMA and presents it to the viewers 

Now, that we’ve seen the basic composition of a Content Management System and what a CMS is mostly used for. Let us check out some of the popular CMSs available.  


There are several Content Management Systems available. Depending on your technical knowledge and comfort, you can choose the one most suited for creating a website.  Some examples of CMS are WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, Squarespace, Wix, Magento, and so on. 

WordPress is a widely used CMS software that provides a seamless interface to create content. WordPress powers over 42% of all websites built across the globe. If not for WordPress, one would have needed to create an interface using the coding language, thus consuming a lot of time and cost. 

Most websites can be built with the help of a CMS – from blogs to e-commerce to portfolios to social networks. You name it, and you can build it with the help of a Content Management System. 

One of the advantages of using the WordPress CMS is that it is easy to understand for beginners and can even be used by experienced tech experts. The first step to building a website using CMS is to buy web hosting and register a domain name for your website. 

Once done it is easy to build a website on the intuitive backend and you’re good to go. 


Content Management System is your go-to friend for creating and configuring your website in a professional and time-saving manner. After you build your website, you can easily customize it by installing a theme and plugins to boost your search engine ranking, and website traffic.  

If you’re new to website building and think that building a website from scratch is difficult then you can easily build your website with the help of a website builder. To make your task simpler we at Bluehost have launched Bluehost Website Builder. With the Bluehost Website Builder, the website building process is simplified so that newbies can easily build their website using the smart drag and drop tools. Moreover, our Website Builder supports the WordPress CMS so essentially your website is built using the WordPress Content Management System.  

So, what are you waiting for? Choose a Content Management System and get started with building your website today! 

For more information, visit the Bluehost WordPress Tutorials. If you have any questions or suggestions, please feel free to drop a comment below.  

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H. Fatima used to be an Engineer by profession and Writer by passion until she started pursuing full-time digital marketing. She is presently a Content Marketeer at Newfold Digital (APAC). She mostly writes what she deeply perceives and analyses, it is her way of unwinding. Her interests include writing, reading, watching foreign-language cinema and public speaking.

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