No discussion around web governance is complete without talking about performance. Your website should function properly 24/7, and there should be policies in place to alert your IT team of any issues before they arise or as soon as they arise. Learn more about website responsiveness in the final installment of our blog series on web governance strategies.
Search engine optimization (SEO) helps the right audience find you. It requires you to do certain things on your website and in your content. Optimizing your website for SEO takes time, but pays off in the long term with improved standings in external search engines, like Google, and improved on-site searching. This process is about getting the right people to find you and your content easily.
Digital experience is critical for higher education institutions. Providing students and faculty with the best tools to communicate and collaborate, regardless of time and place, enables a consistent and seamless learning experience. One of these tools is the Student Portal. Today's student portal offers a rich and powerful user experience, especially when compared with the traditional portal – and it is making a big difference for many institutions.
Part four of our blog series on web governance strategies and best practices. Once you have your website up and running, you need to ensure it is and remains free of errors, and your visitor experience isn't hampered by broken links and unreadable text. In this blog, we'll take a closer look at some of the more important things to check for after you publish content on your website, or when you update existing content on your website.
Do you want a legacy portal or a digital experience portal? Some may think that there is an obvious answer to this question (fter all, who doesn't want a good digital experience?). Others might question what the real difference is between the two. We're here to tell you that there are huge differences between a digital experience portal and a legacy portal. In this blog, we’ll go through our top five.
Part three of our web governance blog series. It's important to identify all those across the company that can create content and ensure you train them to use your CMS properly. It's rare that a content author will create a piece of content and publish it live without anyone else looking at it. A big part of the content planning and development process is identifying what content you want to create, who will create it in the CMS administration tool, and who will have review and approval of that content before it goes live.
Another Ingeniux User Conference has come and gone. This year's event was a huge success thanks to the fantastic guest and Ingeniux speakers who contributed to the program, the hard-working workshop leaders, and of course our wonderful customer attendees. Take a moment to look back on the 2017 Ingeniux User Conference in this recap!
While many people do not think of content strategy as part of web governance, your content strategy will help define the editorial, brand, and style requirements you need to maintain your website. It will also help you establish the customer touch points, such as your website, mobile application, print output or other channels. Before you start creating content on your website, take the time to define your content strategy. You do some of this when you create the design and information architecture for your website, but there's more to do.
It's time to put the legacy portal to bed. New agile, modern portals provide more capabilities to support the needs of your customers. And they do it on a new foundation – a content management system. Why should you build your next portal on a CMS? Here are three great reasons to choose this option.