Drupal 8, with its 200 new features and improvements, is sure to win hearts. The latest version of Drupal offers you absolute ease of use, with customizable data structures, listings, and pages, and capabilities to display data on mobile devices, building APIs, and adapting to multilingual requirements.
Website optimization is an important yet frequently overlooked component of web development and maintenance. In fact, quite often, the term ‘website optimization’ is confused with search engine optimization. Website optimization includes server-side optimization, assets optimization, and platform optimization.
A social media page and a website are very different from each other, yet very significant and contribute to your web presence. Although, both of them share the same purpose in certain aspects like building brand recognition, the audience they are targeted at could be different. Gathering a wider audience is of prime importance to small businesses. Just like websites, social media presence is necessary in today’s business environment.
Digital Marketing | 2 min read
Web presence refers to the impact of a company or an individual on the World Wide Web. Web presence is usually achieved through websites, social media pages, and online advertisements. However, for a strong and effective web presence, an organization needs to have all three of these and more.
According to estimates, as of July 2014, the Internet is used by over 2.8 billion people, out of which 70 percent use it on a daily basis. Studies show that the number of Internet users has increased tenfold from 1999 to 2013. These figures are enough to convince a smart person to have their own spot in cyberspace.
Drupal Business | 3 min read
Investopedia defines outsourcing as “A practice used by different companies to reduce costs by transferring portions of work to outside suppliers rather than completing it internally.” In this article, we shall discuss the advantages and disadvantages of outsourcing web maintenance.
Application Development | 2 min read
Most people have the notion that a website is a one-time investment, and once it’s up and running, it needs no attention. Like a regular shop, which after being set up, needs proper maintenance - frequent cleaning, painting, occasionally replacing sign boards, broken windows and damaged objects and so on - a website also needs regular maintenance.The more time and expertise you invest into your website, the better it becomes.