This May, I managed to carve out some time from my busy schedule to attend the week-long DrupalCon conference in Portland, Oregon. Even though Portland thoroughly lived up to its reputation as a dark, cold and rainy city, I’m glad I went. Portland has great music, excellent beer, and the MAX transit system is amazing.
To scale Drupal, requires taking a phased or incremental approach starting with the simplest techniques first and progressing to the more complex. If you set up Drupal correctly, it can scale to handle millions of pages views per day. High traffic websites like: The Economist, The Emmys, Al Jazeera, Men’s Health all run with Drupal as their backend content management system.
Responsive design is the latest trend in website design. It allows your website to be easily viewed on a variety of mobile devices and platforms. Fortunately, if you’re looking to build a responsive website on Drupal, you have a variety of responsive theme options to choose from. To help you select the right responsive base theme, we’ve selected the three most popular responsive themes, based upon the following criteria:
For the small and mid-sized business (SMB), selecting a website content management system (CMS) poses some difficult choices. SMBs are often constrained by budget and don’t have the resources of a large company. Yet the SMB often needs the features and functionality of a robust content management system. Fortunately, the Drupal CMS offers a solution to this dilemma. Drupal offers enterprise class features at an SMB budget.
If you read any of the leading inbound marketing blogs you’ll see that content is king when it comes to optimizing your website for organic search a.k.a SEO.
First and foremost, the leading inbound marketing bloggers state that a blog is a must have item. Not only do you need to blog, you need to publish articles regularly.