Each month, I’d get a couple of thousand returning visitors through browser push notifications that we integrated. Unfortunately, the platform we chose is now shutting down so I had to find a new one. Worse, there’s no way of importing those old subscribers back to our site so we’re going to take a hit. For that reason, I needed to choose a platform that’s well-known and scalable. And I found it in OneSignal. Not only
I recently ask What is Drupal? as a way to introduce Drupal. The next question that comes to mind is “Should I use Drupal?” This is a great question. Many times you see a technology and something about it prompts you to think about using it. In the case of Drupal you may have heard that some pretty mainstream websites are running on this open source content management system: Grammy.com, WhiteHouse.gov, Symantec Connect, and the New
Are you looking at Drupal? Have you heard of Drupal but not sure what it can do for you? Is the Drupal icon just so cool that you want to be a part of this movement? Drupal is an open source content management platform powering millions of websites and applications. It’s built, used, and supported by an active and diverse community of people around the world. I recommend these resources to get started learning more
We have 47 active plugins on our WordPress installation. That’s a lot of plugins, many of which may slow down the performance of WordPress. We do some comprehensive speed tests before deploying plugins, or we may even use some of the logic to simply update our theme so it runs faster and is less taxing on our servers. Speed is essential nowadays – both from a user experience angle and a search engine optimization angle.
In order for companies to generate demand and grow globally, they need to speak 12 languages to communicate with 80% of their target audiences. Since more than 50% of revenue for U.S. companies is coming from global customers, the . However, companies that need to quickly translate their marketing materials and expand internationally are faced with a big challenge: their existing localization process is manual, time-consuming, inefficient, and hard to scale. The Global Content Gap
When you read these two statistics, you’re going to be shocked. More than 45% of all businesses don’t have a website. And of the DIY’s (Do-It-Yourselfers) that embark on building a site, 98% of them fail in publishing one at all. This doesn’t even count the number of businesses that have a website that simply isn’t driving leads… which I believe is another significant percentage. This infographic from Webydo pinpoints the major issue with failed