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 1300 377 172

   08 7078 0313

 Location

286 Glen Osmond Road

Fullarton SA 5063

Australia

Content & Copywriting

 

Your website content is critical, but producing it can be both time consuming and frustrating. Finding the inspiration to write great copy can also be elusive. If, for whatever reason, you'd prefer not to produce your own content, leave it to us.

Depending on the quantity of material required, we can either produce your content in-house or, if you agree, we'll engage a professional copywriter.

 

Content and Copywriting

Content Management

Whether you're investing in an information website designed to drive enquiries to your business or a site selling products and services online, you'll need a content management system (CMS). CMS is an application that allows you to easily manage your own website online - saving you time and money.

A feature of many of the DNG Technology website designs is a powerful CMS called Joomla! You can login and then add, delete or make changes to any page on your site, upload images and other documents and install other functionality as your business grows.

CMS also allows visitors to interact with your website - adding reviews to product pages, leaving comments on articles or easily creating a personal profile if this is what you need them to do.

An easy to use, robust CMS is an essential element if you want to keep your website up-to-date and responsive to your clients' needs.

 

DNG Technology has provided my companies with IT and website support for many years. They possess a wealth of experience and knowledge, although their ‘non-tech’ explanations have meant I'm always able to easily understand the solutions they propose. They provide flexible and highly responsive services that are often innovative and always reflect a keen understanding of what it is I'm trying to achieve.
David Hilton, Director, DHC Group

DNG Technology

286 Glen Osmond Road
Fullarton SA 5063

Phone: +61 1300 377 172

Fax: +61 8 7078 0313

info@dngtech.com.au

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