Content Hub Pricing Plan & Cost Guide

Content Hub

Content lifecycle and digital asset management

4.2/5 (25 reviews)

Content Hub Pricing

Please contact Sitecore directly for pricing information.

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Content Hub Pricing Reviews

Pros

  • Content Hub enables me to organize my webpages easily. It's ability to allow users to edit and publish articles and reports on the same page is fantastic.Alicia D.Read the full review
  • I like that this software has multiple stages of approval before changes are published allowing you to be sure that you are publishing exactly what you want.Whitnee A.Read the full review
  • Content Hub allows me to maintain vital information on websites and helps me effectively communicate what I desire to my audience.Alicia D.Read the full review

Cons

  • Exceptionally unintuitive, complex with confusing and inconsistent naming conventions.R W M.Read the full review
  • The aesthetics are outdated. I have never fully learned how to use this software because no one in my organization knows.Verified ReviewerRead the full review
  • I don't like that it takes a long time to load the work box and a few other features.Amie S.Read the full review
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7 reviewers had the following to say about Content Hub's pricing:

Adam F.

Not for Everyone, but a strong product for the features

Used daily for 2+ years
Reviewed 2019-06-21
Review Source: Capterra

ContentHub has provided us with a great solution that we only see expanding upon as we mature in digital marketing.

Pros
The biggest aspect of Siteore is the ability to offer personalization at a price that rivals most MarTech offerings today.

Cons
Not the easiest to use, and definitely not cheap for smaller organizations. You need to do your homework.

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Likelihood to recommend: 6/10

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Jimi S.

Great tool but can be expensive

Used daily for 1-2 years
Reviewed 2016-12-07
Review Source: Capterra

This CMS is amazing and has a ton of features, but getting it off the ground can be expensive. I am not a fan of the per user license and would rather pay one price and have as many users as I want.

Pros
Excellent multisite multilingual tool. Easy to update with a ton of extra marketing features

Cons
EXPENSIVE. Per user license agreement. Needs heavy customizations.

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Likelihood to recommend: 7/10

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Brittany H.

Make It Yours Because You Can!

Used daily for 1-2 years
Reviewed 2018-03-07
Review Source: Capterra

I can easily get anything done on the website that I need to. I also have people trained across the organization with limited permissions so they can't break anything, but they can make updates and submit them to the publishing queue, where I just review them before publishing. Being able to delegate little tasks like that lets me focus on more front-end work. It's easy, it's customizable, and I love it.

Pros
I love the customization available with this software. For one, it does its job out of the box. But get a developer on your team and you can run leagues ahead your competition with your website. Use templates, develop your CSS, create new object types to put on your website, or customize the objects that come out of the box. I'm not a developer myself, so I can't speak to how user-friendly that side of it is, but I've worked with a few developers who are able to fly through customization requests. Everything is granular in permissions too: you can create groups for permissions or individuals, and you can get pretty detailed in what those permissions are. It's incredible on so many levels for so many different sizes of teams.

Cons
It does cost money. Not a cheap product. But if you need a website that's more complex than a blog, it should be worth it. Just make sure to get buy in from everyone involved with setting the budget. Customer service can connect you with sales reps who would be more than happy to provide you with content to show the ROI if you aren't sure how to bring the C Suite onboard. Then you don't have to worry so much about getting your annual budget approved just to stay in the same system. Get everyone committed to the spend!

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Likelihood to recommend: 9/10

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Matt P.

Sitecore Review

Reviewed 2016-12-20
Review Source: Capterra

I managed a website from 2006-2010 on the Sitecore platform. I thought it was a great CMS and very flexible. I am not an expert coder but found it very easy to use. Ultimately, it had more features and tools than the organization found necessary for the price they were paying and they switched platforms.

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Anonymous

one of the best Digital Marketing Platforms

Used weekly for 2+ years
Reviewed 2019-04-07
Review Source: Capterra

Pros
Digital Marketing capabilities Tracking of customer experiences Extensibility A/B testing capabilities

Cons
Expensive for basic cms needs Not 100% headless content

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Likelihood to recommend: 8/10

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Brittany H.

Not for everyone, but perfect for many

Used daily for 1-2 years
Reviewed 2019-04-02
Review Source: Capterra

I am not a developer myself, but I worked VERY closely with them as a front-end designer and content manager. It got complex sometimes, but most of the time we needed something done or an overhaul on the website, the developers knew exactly how to handle it. I was really impressed.

Pros
For those who have large or complex websites, Sitecore has a lot of features that will cover your needs. I haven't run into something that isn't possible with Sitecore because of it's customization and adaptability.

Cons
You WILL need a developer or a team of them to get the most out of this product. Sitecore has teams that can help set up your software the way you need it, but it's at a cost, and you probably know your own systems better than them. But they're a great resource when you need to make sure something goes right that's tricky.

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Likelihood to recommend: 6/10

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Anonymous

You can customize a lot, but long learning curve

Used weekly for 6-12 months
Reviewed 2018-11-09
Review Source: GetApp

Pros
Once you learn how to use it, it allows you to do a lot more than other major CMS, it allows you to customize your website very easily using different modules, without any need to use your precious IT support hours. Good if very few and skilled people need to learn how to use it, and if you have the time to learn its logic. The system

Cons
I found the learning curve for this CMS longer than any other I've used before, you spend a lot of time trying to figure out how things work. Some processes could be streamlined. Being it kind of difficult to learn, I wouldn't advise it for organizations that need many people to use the CMS. Overall, it's very expensive not only in terms of money but also in terms of training. Also, apparently not many freelancers know it well, hence might be hard to find an extra pair of hands for a deadline.

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Likelihood to recommend: 5/10

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