6 reasons to choose Umbraco CMS
1. It’s easy to use
Known as 'The Friendly CMS', Umbraco makes it easy and intuitive for you to manage and update your website’s content. You can create anything from simple blog articles to responsive campaign websites. And you’ll only need minimal trianing to get started.
Using Umbraco, you can schedule your content, preview how it will look on multiple devices, and even roll back your changes with one click if you change your mind.
We’ve moved lots of clients from other content management systems like WordPress and Kentico over to Umbraco and the feedback has always been resoundingly positive.
2. It’s reliable and robust
Umbraco powers more than 700,000 websites across the world. Built on Microsoft .NET technology, it contains a range of robust security features.
Teams of experts at Umbraco HQ (based in Denmark and North Carolina) perform regular security checks to update Umbraco CMS. And they also work with third parties to make sure any critical bugs are fixed ASAP.
3. It’s free to use
As an open source platform, there are no licensing fees to use the Umbraco content management system. This means you can use an enterprise-level system for free, potentially freeing up funds to be directed into other areas of your business.
Its open source nature also means that Umbraco developers across the world can constantly contribute to the platform’s growth.
4. It’s flexible and scalable
If you’re looking for a platform that can change and grow with your business, Umbraco is the way to go. Umbraco is suitable for projects and businesses of all sizes, and it’s capable of scaling with you.
And because it’s infinitely flexible, you can make your website exactly the way you want. Whether you need custom third-party integrations or want to take advantage of Umbraco’s pre-built features, using Umbraco you can create a solution that works for you.
5. It’s SEO-friendly
Umbraco includes all the tools you need to optimise your on-page and technical SEO for higher search engine rankings.
As you’d expect, it includes fundamental SEO features like title tags and meta descriptions.
But it also includes features like canonical tags to prevent duplicate content, XML sitemaps to get your pages indexed and custom search-friendly URLs to give you the best chance of ranking well in search engine results pages (SERPs).
6. It has a huge online support community
There is a strong online support network of over 220,000 Umbraco developers that can you can tap on the shoulder for expert advice.
You can also partner with a digital agency like Bravo for dedicated ongoing Umbraco support and maintenance.