It may seem hard to believe, but as our whitepaper on Headless CMS notes, "the concept of the Content Management System (CMS) has been around for over 20 years." However, in that time, much has changed online. Websites and the internet are now essential to daily life – relied upon for information, transactions, and navigation. Consumers have grown to expect high-quality experiences, and delivering on that expectation has risen exponentially in importance. Audiences will look elsewhere if your brand falls short.
As a way to meet these ever-increasing expectations, Headless CMS is gaining attention, as it improves website customer experience (CX), user experience (UX), security, and structure.
The benefits and flexibility of a Headless CMS resonate largely due to the separated structure, increasing both accessibility and ease of future implementation. The reasons why a CMS with a separate front and backend can be so successful are as follows:
Content can be targeted, rather than delivering the entire page each time
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