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The amplification of tiny impediments

We've learned over the years that any tiny impediment to making changes on a site will result in less visitors. Simply, any difficulty will make a small change happen less, and less site changes means less relevant content for visitors, and less relevant content means people won't see the site as the resource it could be. And it's cyclical, because if a site has less visitors, it'll won't be seen as an effective communication channel, thus even less updates.

One of primary tasks in building ByteCMS is to remove any impediments that prevent site changes. One of the great advantages of creating and updating our own CMS is that we can change core functionality to make it better for users and power users, so our CMS is constantly getting upgrades and becoming incrementally better.