These links are to associations and companies that support the Content Management concept and compete with each other.
Disclaimer: I am not an affiliate of, or associated with, any of the online journals or organizations in this list.
CMS Myth is published by a handful of web veterans with hundreds of web content management projects under their belts. Each brings a different perspective to the blog, but they share one thing in common—their commitment to expose and espouse the reality of web content management projects.
CMSWire.com is a popular web magazine published by Simpler Media Group, Inc. Daily updates keep you in the know about Customer Experience Management, Digital Marketing, Social Business and Enterprise Information Management.
The Globalization and Localization Association (GALA) is the world’s largest association for the language industry. A non-profit organization, “[GALA] provides resources, education, knowledge and research for thousands of global companies. GALA members are companies that specialize in language services or technologies, including translation vendors, localization service providers, interpretation companies, globalization consultants, and language technology developers.”
KMWorld is the leading publisher, conference organizer, and information provider serving the knowledge management, content management, and document management markets.
This blog resource is not, strictly speaking, about content management or content management systems. However, it is an excellent resource for Website owners and managers who are concerned with Search Engine Optimization and Marketing.
I am not a subscriber to the company’s products—but only because I am not involved currently in the kind of full-throated Search Engine Marketing campaigns their software and services support. Reputable people I follow on Twitter, for example, recommend the company highly. I have reviewed the video Blog—the author is skilled, intelligent, reliable, and very informative.