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Time to Update Your Website?

Updating your website doesn't have to be a headache.

By Melissa Campanelli • Jun 1, 2006

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Updating your site with new content--from personnel changes to product updates--used to be a chore if you weren't tech-savvy. Until recently, you had to call your busy IT department for help, contact the original site developer to update the code, or purchase a complicated and intimidating software program.

But thanks to an array of new web-editing software and services on the market designed for novices, you can now take basic website maintenance into your own hands. These tools give people with no web programming experience the ability to edit web pages as easily as editing a Word document.

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