Fanspike: The easy to use, SEO Content Management System

About Fanspike


At Architects for the Web, our specialty is building websites. But in the process of creating those beautiful websites for our customers, we have built a content management system (CMS) that is easy to use. You might ask, why does the world need another CMS? We think existing content management systems don’t provide the right solution for us and our customers, because they are not user-friendly enough. What’s so special about Fanspike?

In Development for Over 10 Years
At Architects for the Web, we don’t take shortcuts. And when we develop a website, or in this case a CMS, we get it done right. We have been developing Fanspike for more than 10 years. It has been implemented on numerous websites all over the world. It has even been used to power ecommerce sites. After more than 10 years of developing and perfecting it, we know it works.

It’s Easy to Use
There are lots of content management systems on the market, but many of them are bloated and complicated. On the other hand, Fanspike is easy to use. It doesn’t require you to read a manual. You don’t have to read instructions, watch how-to videos, or spend hours trying to figure out how to use it.

And that’s the beauty of it. It’s self-explanatory. You don’t have to be a geek to use it and add your content. But if you’re still having trouble with adding content (because you just can’t think of what to write), our content expert will be happy to help you with the writing.

Optimized to Work with Social Networks
Individuals aren’t the only ones who have jumped on the social media bandwagon. Businesses must also have a social media presence. Otherwise, they stand out, but not in a good way. Fortunately, Fanspike is built to help you spread the word.

Whether you use Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, or another one of the popular social networks, Fanspike is optimized to work with them. When you add content, it’s easy to share it with the world.

It Can Be Customized
We have been building websites for many years, and we have yet to build two websites that look and function exactly the same. By definition, a website is a customized product. Every business should have a website uniquely suited to its purpose. Of course, there are some elements that are repeated on most sites. For example, a lot of websites will have an “About Page” and a “Contact Page”.

But there will be numerous differences in the layout, number of pages, and flow of the website. And when it comes to content management systems, you’ll need some customization. Fanspike is set up to work on any website, but we can easily customize it to work even better for your site. More importantly, it can be customized to work for you.

The Code Behind the Scenes Is SEO Optimized
When it comes to SEO, search engines have a lot of criteria to rank your site at the very top. Obviously, you need relevant content on your site. Websites must also have appropriate titles and meta descriptions on every page. But another factor that’s highly relevant for SEO purposes is the code that was used to build your site.

Laymen don’t know whether the code behind the scenes is optimized or not. But we do. And we made sure that Fanspike follows along with it, too. After all, SEO is our business, and we know that you don’t want to take any chances with it.

Adding Content Is Fun
If you really hate writing, then the fun you’ll have with adding content might be limited. But generally, the reason why adding content to websites is not fun is that it’s just too difficult. You have to figure out where the content goes. The information from the header and footer is often difficult to find. If there are images or special links on your site, you probably won’t find them on the page with the content, either.

To sum up, adding even a small snippet of new content to a specific location on your website often takes hours, because you don’t know where to look. With Fanspike, you’ll know exactly where to find all the elements on your website. And you will know how to change them, one by one. That’s the way adding content should be. Once you start using Fanspike, you’ll never want to switch to another CMS.