In our last Drupal vs WordPress comparison blog post, we focused on the true cost of ownership for each open source CMS project. We spent some time in the analysis of the following diagram, depicting the incremental cost over time for a typical enterprise website project.
Commercial Progression has been working with Hosco Fittings since 2013 to build an ERP integrated Drupal website platform for their modern manufacturing needs.
If you have a website, you already know that a blog can be a powerful tool for SEO purposes. It's also a great way to explain your key selling points in depth, and to refresh all of your marketing messages. But those are only the superficial reasons for adding a blog to your Drupal website development project. There are benefits of a blog that you might never have considered.
October 2016 saw one of the strongest denial of service (DDoS) attacks in the history of the Internet. The attack started around 7 am ET and targeted the New Hampshire based Dyn Internet infrastructure company. The attack was classified as "very sophisticated and complex" by the Dyn security experts. Much of the east coast web infrastructure was affected by this series of attacks, even large websites and services like Twitter and Netflix were affected.
Project cost is often a major factor when choosing between Drupal and WordPress. Our introductory Drupal Vs WordPress blog post setup the lay of the land when comparing these two popular opensource CMS projects. In this blog post we will take a closer look at the cost breakdown.
Millennials ought to be a central focus of your e-commerce sales and marketing strategy. This group (typically those born between 1980 and 2000, although opinions vary somewhat) is 80 million strong in the U.S., spending $600 million per year. By 2020, they will represent 30 percent of the economy, making them a crucial part of your sales initiatives, and a vital interest when developing your e-commerce website design. Here's how to lure those lucrative Millennials to your e-store and earn their long-time loyalty.
The great debates of all time; Coke vs Pepsi, Chevy vs Ford, Mac vs PC, and in the realm of Open Source content management systems it comes down to Drupal vs WordPress. The greatest debates of our time all have something in common: passionate supporters. In the world of Open Source CMS projects, Drupal vs WordPress is no less polarizing. In a sea of opinion, it can be hard to find the facts. Does it really come down to personal preference or are these CMS projects fundamentally different tools with best use scenarios unique to each?
Are you beginning to wonder what all the hoopla about having a website is? Customers line up at your competitors' sites, but yours sits sadly empty and largely ignored. What gives? When it comes to Michigan website design, there are some definite "do's" that don't necessarily come with instructions. Here's what your competitors are doing with their website design that you should be, too.
It's so easy to get wrapped up in the latest trends and styles for any design project, Drupal website design is no different. You can get so trendy that you lose sight of the basics: the essential ingredients that make up a well-balanced, fully-functioning website that people come back to again and again. After all, the novelty might raise their eyebrows for a moment, but when they really need something, they'll look for what's comfortable and valuable. Here are the basic essentials your website design should never leave out.
DrupalCamp Michigan took place on Saturday July 16th, 2016 at the Michigan State University main library in Lansing Michigan. Michigan Drupal developers from across the state arrived bright and early for this day long camp of presentations and panel discussions.