November 10, 2009
SEO Samba Introduces Open Source SEO CMS Platform
By Anuradha Shukla, TMCnet Contributor
The organic search and Web marketing platform, SEO Samba, has announced a new content management system (CMS), SEO Toaster. This new, free and open source integrated Web marketing software application represents an alternative to Yahoo Stores for small e-commerce Websites or WordPress when used as a corporate or affiliate CMS.
SEO Toaster boasts a unique architecture that makes piloting SEO execution and marketing for multiple Websites from a central automated Web marketing location possible.
Small business owners can use SEO Toaster for rapid set-up of their Web presence and embedding all latest SEO techniques automatically right into their Website from the get-go, to achieve high rankings with Google (News - Alert) and other search engines.
Business owners can also access a library of ready-to-use themes, add and edit their Web pages without ever leaving their Website, sell products online with pre-built payment buttons for Paypal and 2checkou.t and customize and integrate open-source shopping cart and other applications.
SEO Samba CEO, Michel Leconte noted that early adopters, such as B2B, franchises, affiliates, services and small e-commerce Websites, have already seen the benefits of using SEO Samba. He added that potential clients can visit their website to view case studies with actual live clients’ Website rankings.
SEO Toaster enables users to quickly establish their Web marketing presence to acquire top Websites rankings, generate leads and sales.
“When you reach the point where you want to take your website to the next level of visibility, can’t afford the time to pilot each of your websites individually, or have already standardized your network of franchise or affiliate websites on SEO Toaster, push one button, and all your websites come together under a unified interface,” said Leconte.
Anuradha Shukla is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anuradha’s article, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Patrick Barnard