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Pulse CMS

Our contest is now closed, and the winners are Hammy Havoc and Jaymoon. Thanks for entering, everyone … and if you’re still interested in trying Pulse CMS, be sure to give their Pulse CMS demo a spin!

Last week, we took an in-depth look at Pulse CMS, an exciting new lightweight CMS. Pulse CMS lets you add CMS features to an existing static website in minutes. Even if you’re not excited about creating WordPress or Tumblr themes, Pulse CMS can work with the HTML and CSS sites you know and love.

Ready to give Pulse CMS a try? We’ve got 2 copies up for grabs from the developer, and one of them could be yours. One great thing about Pulse CMS is that each copy comes with free lifetime updates and support, and our giveaway copies are the same!

To enter the contest, just leave a comment below and let us know how you plan to put Pulse CMS to use! The contest will run for one week, so be sure to comment by Wendsday, May 11th.

Please Note: Envato staff or people who have written more than two articles or tutorials for AppStorm are ineligible to enter.

Whether you win or not, be sure to check out Pulse CMS and get more info at their website, http://pulsecms.com/.

Content Management Systems (CMS) are a dime a dozen. Not only are there many of them available online but they come in all sizes and shapes too. From a flat file CMS (one that doesn’t require a database) to those that run on enterprise grade database systems, there’s always a CMS available for everyone.

Picking the right CMS from so many options, which are equally good, isn’t an easy task. From the cost of deployment to addons and ease of use, a lot of criteria have to be checked out. Recently I came across Pulse CMS and gave it a try — take a look.

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Quick Look posts are paid submissions offering only a brief overview of an app. Vote in the polls below if you think this app is worth an in-depth AppStorm review!

In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting Pulse CMS. The developer describes Pulse as a simple CMS designed for small websites. It enables you to add content management to an existing site in five minutes. Define the “blocks” on your website you wish to be editable and Pulse provides an easy to use backend to make edits right from your browser. Pulse also includes a blog, gallery manager and contact form; everything you need to power a small website.

Read on for more information and screenshots!

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