Asbru Adds More Ready-to-Use Applications to CMS

London, United Kingdom, 21 May, 2008 -- Asbru Software has released version 6.8 of the Asbru Web Content Management system designed to provide control and simplicity for non-technical users while maintaining flexibility and power for developers.

Version 6.8 of the Asbru Web Content Management system is a major upgrade with focus on supplying a number of ready-to-use applications, which makes it easy for organizations to add a variety of functions to their websites. Version 6.8 also adds Landing Page Optimization (LPO) capabilities.

Stores and Branches Directory
Among the new applications in the latest version 6.8 is a Stores and Branches Directory application. This application enables non-technical users to add searchable lists of stores and branches to their website in just three steps. When a website visitor selects a store a map and details about the store is displayed.

Careers and Jobs Directory
The new version also includes a Careers and Jobs Directory, that when added to a website enables visitors to search for jobs and submit their job applications. New jobs are easily added by website administrators.

Other Directory Applications
Other applications include an Organizational Plan Directory, which displays subsidiaries, divisions, roles and responsibilities of organizations and a Classifieds Directory. There is also a General Directory application that can be adapted to suit individual needs.

All the applications are built upon the Asbru Web Content Management Databases module and demonstrate the power and versatility of the Asbru Web Content Management system's Databases module.

Landing Page Optimization
Finally the new version 6.8 of the Asbru Web Content Management system adds Landing Page Optimization functionality that enables web sites managed by the Asbru Web Content Management system to display different landing pages depending on which websites visitors came from and which search queries website visitors used to find the website.

For an online trial of the new version of the Asbru Web Content Management system: Try It Now.