Well it looks like others have thought of the same solution that I have: to use WordPress, which is primarily “blogging” software for use on websites that don’t look like blogs. It has changed the way I work with my clients. I can set a client up with a WordPress site, and they’re able to make edits to their site, and even page additions and deletions.
Even the “big guys” are using it:
You wouldn’t be able to tell, except it shows in their code in the background. Great job!
I just finished a client site: woodfaeries.com and it considerably brought down the cost the site would have been without WordPress. Plus ~ she now has the ability to update her website herself! Of course, I’m still around for tech support, but she can control her website now. Great stuff.