Blogs

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Would you like to become yet more interactive? With Firenet CMS you can publish your personal as well as corporate blogs and receive reader's comments. You can manage any number of blogs and allow one or more users to add new posts. Your blog can also be shared through RSS feeds and keep your audience aware of new content. You can also fully customize the design of the blog with your own graphics and widgets.

 Start Two-Way Conversations with Your Clients

Comments

With Firenet CMS you can enable site visitors to comment your posts and give you feedback. You have also full control over the content of the comments using:

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Blog Post Rating

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Content rating is another Firenet CMS feature available for blog posts. It allows you to recognize what content your readers like most and focus on that to make your blog even more successful.

Social Bookmarking

Display links to chosen social bookmarking services and allow readers to bookmark your posts and spread the word about your blog.
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Categories and Tags

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Firenet CMS allows you to effectively organize blog posts using categories and tags. Your blogs thus have well-arranged, clear structure and are more attractive to visitors.

On-Site Editing

Using Firenet CMS, you can edit the blog posts either through the administration interface or through the web site front-end with remarkable ease and efficiency. You can allow site members to create their own blogs and manage them without having access to the administration interface. This feature leverages the support for user generated content in Firenet CMS.
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Post from Word or Live Writer through MetaWeblogAPI

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Firenet CMS enables you to use various editors that support the MetaWeblog API to write your blog posts, such as:
  • Windows Live Writer
  • MS Word

Trackbacks and Pings

The blogs may display a trackback URL for every post, which allows other bloggers to ping your blog with their reply. The name of their own blog post is then stored in your blog post comments. You can also ping other blog posts from your blog if you know their trackback URL.

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