Managing multiple websites in one easy CMS solution
Headless sites use a CMS architecture which separates the back end functions from the front end functions. The name comes from the idea of detaching the head (front-end) from the body (back-end).
This solution makes it easier to create content for different platforms, such as newer devices like phones, smart watches, AI voice assistants and others.
A headless CMS manages the content and not the overall front-end look. It separates content from any code, HTML and images, then delivers the content via an API (application programming interface).
This is an essential tool for brands who want to deliver an omni-channel experience. This flexible approach allows you to have more control when it comes to how and when your content is published.
Unlike a standard CMS, a Headless CMS allows you to deliver content to a variety of different devices without any restrictions. This allows your company to target users regardless of their device or platform.
It also removes the need to repurpose your content for other platforms, creating a more time efficient process.
Another benefit is that your team (or the team responsible for your project) will not be limited to a specific tech stack or pre-made templates/themes.
Using a Headless CMS can be very useful for mobile developers in particular, as the API will enable them to publish content to both iOS and Android from one source.
It can be very beneficial for businesses that want to make sure they are continually targeting new and emerging platforms.