• http://www.acqal.com Michael Cannon

    Great points Eric! Being able to have a CMS readily able to be helpful than hurtful is critical to today’s businesses. I’ve been using TYPO3 for about 6 years quite successfully for clients of 1,000 to 20M page views a month.

  • Pastorius

    Great article, I see tons of CMS’s out there that claim to be SEO Friendly but in most cases they turn out to be very SEO unfriendly.

    When purchasing a CMS’s businesses should use this article as a “checklist” before even considering purchasing a CMS.

  • http://dynamical.biz/blog Ani Lopez

    I would add:
    control over H2, h3, h4…
    gerating valid xhtml
    field for short text to show on paged pages instead the original text (or part of it)
    some integrated SERP Optimization Tool like http://www.seomofo.com/snippet-optimizer.html