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Your CMS won’t do you much good, though, unless it helps you create content that’s optimized for search engines so that people can find your website. That’s where search engine optimization (SEO) comes in. SEO is a set of strategies that help improve the quantity and quality of traffic a site gets from organic search engine results.
While it’s true that there are no out-of-the-box plugins for headless CMS SEO, doing SEO in a content platform comes with many advantages that you can’t get with a legacy CMS. This article will help put your mind at ease about headless CMS SEO, and give you an idea of how to set your site up for SEO success with the Contentful content platform.
Why choose a content management system (CMS)?
Making the right choice when looking at a content management system (CMS) to build your site can be the difference between ending up on the search engine’s first results page or its last—and most people don’t even bother with the second page.
A traditional CMS consists of three parts: a database to store content, a back-end to manage that content, and a front-end to present that content to a visitor. We know these traditional CMSs as the monoliths: a single application that has everything on board.