11 of the Coolest CMS Hub Website Examples [+ What We Like About Them]

Anna Fitzgerald
Anna Fitzgerald



CMS Hub is a powerful content management system for creating personalized, high-converting websites. It includes hosting, themes, dynamic content, drag-and-drop page editing, and memberships, among other features and is powered by a CRM platform.

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This makes it popular among marketers, developers, and IT professionals at small to enterprise companies.

To show what is possible with the CMS Hub, we’ve created a collection of 11 websites that range in industry, audience, design, and functionality. Check them out below.

1. Synlait Swappa Bottle

cms hub website example: Synlait Swappa Bottle website with gray and hot pink color scheme

Synlait Milk Limited is an enterprise milk nutrition company dedicated to sustainability and innovation. Its interactive microsite promotes its first direct-to-consumer product: The Synlait Swappa Bottle. With the goal of enabling consumers to interact with the product and join the sustainability journey promoted by the Swappa Bottle, the website includes a dynamic map element where visitors can find participating supermarkets near them.

It also integrates QR code functionality so customers can track their bottle’s journey and see how many times it's been refilled, and how many single-use plastic bottles it’s replaced.

What we like: Synlait Swappo Bottle has integrated QR code functionality and a dynamic map to fully involve consumers in the sustainability journey promoted by the product.

2. C2A

cms hub website example: C2A website with CTA buttons for requesting a demo and contacting us

C2A is a small company that offers multiple cards for transportation professionals to make payments and manage their expenses more easily. Despite being a small business, they operate in eight countries and have multi-language variations for customers in these different countries.

The site has multiple CTAs on its homepage inviting visitors to request a demo, learn more about the advantages of a C2A card, and view the company’s partner network. It also includes a form that visitors can fill out with their details and interests in order for a C2A expert to contact them the same day. These conversion opportunities were part of a website redesign by Make the Grade that led to three times more leads than they generated on their previous website.

What we like: C2A has multi-language variations, including English, Italian, and Polish, for the eight countries where it operates.

3. Raison Home

cms hub website example: Raison Home homepage featuring three CTA buttons

Raison Home is a mid-market interior design company specializing in kitchen design. To help them target different market segments, their website created by the agency Markentive is available in multiple languages, including French, English, and Dutch, which customers can select by clicking on the flag icon in the primary navigation bar. The site also features CTAs, forms, popups, and other lead capture features in strategic places, like the navigation bar and hero section.

Thanks to the HubDB feature, Raison Home’s portfolio page — labeled “Our Achievements” in the English variant — will dynamically present over 600 projects completed by different members of their network of interior designers.

What we like: Raison Home dynamically presents over 600 projects on its franchise, or portfolio, pages.

4. The Room

cms hub website example: The Room features a navigation bar with separate options for brands and influencers

The Room is an influencer marketing platform designed to connect individuals with brands they love. Designed by Blend, their website is optimized for two distinct user journeys: one for brands and one for influencers. The website and navigation are split into two sections, each with their own landing pages, resources, color schemes, and calls to action.

For example, in the “Brands” section, the CTA in the hero section encourages users to book a demo whereas the CTA in the hero section of the “Influencers” section encourages users to apply.

What we like: The Room’s website, navigation, and conversion paths are split and specifically optimized for its two audiences: brands and influencers.

5. Guest Suite

cms hub website example: Guest Suite homepage features CTAs and animations

Guest Suite is a software company designed to help businesses manage and improve their online reputation by collecting, showcasing, and analyzing customer reviews. Their website is an essential tool for lead generation.

In order to convert visitors into customers, the site features several CTAs encouraging customers to test their e-reputation tool, book an appointment, and submit their Google listing for an audit.

What we like: Guest Suite offers several conversion paths for visitors, including signing up for a free trial or scheduling a meeting with a sales rep.

6. BioStrata

cms hub website example: BioStrata homepage features abstract imagery and animations

BioStrata is a modern blue website that strategically uses color, animation, abstract imagery, and iconography to showcase its services and unique value proposition clearly and boldly. These features — in addition to a tree diagram format for listing its services — enhanced the scientific aspect of their agency’s brand and establish their unique identity.

What we like: BioStrata clearly lays out their services on their homepage in a tree diagram format — each service has its own dedicated website page and conversion path as well.  

7. Caithness Construction

cms hub website example: Caithness Construction features image background to showcase one of its custom homes

Caithness Construction provides ample visual and social proof to incentivize website visitors to click on the multiple CTA buttons to schedule a consultation.

The homepage features high-quality images of the exterior and interior of homes they’ve designed and an animated number counter that shows the company has been in business for 25 years and built over 400 homes in over 30 communities in that time. Other parts of the site feature customer testimonials, award badges, and an image gallery of custom homes as well as 4 in-depth case studies. These elements emphasize Caithness Construction’s quality of work, professionalism, and delivered customer satisfaction.

What we like: Caithness Construction masterfully incorporates the visual and social proof that website visitors need to schedule a consultation.

8. Friedrich

cms hub website example: Friedrich homepage features dropdown menu of persons which dynamically changes the rest of the page

Friedrich manufactures some of the best-performing air conditioning solutions and specialty cooling products for residential and light commercial applications.

Its website is tailored to its many buying groups. On the homepage, visitors can select one of the six personas in the drop-down menu. The section of resources and products below will dynamically change based on the self-selection, with the goal of sending them down the correct buyer's journey.

What we like: The resources and products displayed on Friedrich’s homepage dynamically change based on how the user identifies themselves.

9. The Spicy Shark

cms hub website example: The Spicy Shark features graphics of sharks and flames

The Spicy Shark is a start-up company determined to have the best tasting spicy products on the market. Its site is easy to navigate, cohesively branded, informative, and fun.

Its product pages include pricing information, images, social share buttons, videos of customers trying the product, and a button to check out with Shop Pay. It also supports other paymention options, including PayPal, Google Pay, Facebook Pay, Apple Pay, and multiple credit cards.

What we like: Using CMS Hub and Shopify, The Spicy Shark is a stylish ecommerce site that offers multiple payment options and other elements to make the buying experience easy and fun.

10. Avast Academy

cms hub website example: Avast Academy has a navigation bar and hero section organized by topic

Avast Academy is a digital library of originally written expert articles and guides about digital security, privacy, and device performance.

There are several navigation paths for readers to deep dive into one of these areas and its subtopics, including the primary navigation menu and sidebar. Once they click on an article, users can find answers to their questions and download related Avast products through one of several CTA buttons.

What we like: Avast Academy’s navigation, sidebar, and homepage layout is organized around its three main topics — security, privacy, and performance — which makes it easier for readers to find the information and related products they’re looking for.

11. Coca-Cola Beverages Northeast

cms hub website example: Coca-Cola Beverages Northeast features image background of the actual Northeast location

Coca-Cola Beverages Northeast is designed to showcase life at Coca-Cola in order to attract new employees and enhance their relationships with local customers and resellers.

The site includes information about its local partnerships, career opportunities, and its commitment to sustainability. The site also features high-quality images that were shot on-site with actual employees of Coke Northeast as well as their Instagram feed.

What we like: Coca-Cola Beverages Northeast features an embedded Instagram feed and social media icons to help showcase and improve its relationship with the community.

Feeling inspired by these CMS Hub website examples?

The CMS Hub website examples above showcase how powerful QR code functionality, multi-language variations, dynamic web pages, and other advanced features can be for your marketing, lead generation, and UX efforts. Consider how building or migrating your site to CMS Hub can accelerate your growth.

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