This is my last post in this series. I have tried to cover the major factors you should consider while evaluating a CMS. However, the CMS ability to monetize and community support, I believe I cannot skip, so throwing some light on these factors.
Regardless of how feature-rich a CMS product might be, you still need few developers to implement it for you. Also, your developers need an ongoing support from their fellow developers from the community as well. This is why you should certainly consider how easily experts are available and if they are reasonably affordable. You should also check the online community that supports and uses the product you’re considering as a potential candidate in your CMS evaluation exercise.
Here I complete discussing factors that you should consider while evaluating a CMS. What other factors you think we should consider. Share your thoughts.