Google hasn’t been hiding the fact that it has made significant changes in the new algorithm it’s launching today.  Many are referring to this algorithm update as ‘mobilegeddon’ because of the impact it’s expected to have on websites that aren’t mobile friendly. Previous updates to the algorithm, such as Panda, affected approximately 11% of sites and caused a significant stir in the online community as the rankings for major brands were affected.


Drupal’s content management system (CMS) is used by millions of websites today and the framework handles billions of calls everyday. It manages more than 130 government websites including whitehouse.gov and it is relied upon by numerous respected higher education institutions including Harvard, Princeton, and Stanford Universities.


The internet is the world’s largest retail space and it is instantly accessible from the comfort of your own home. This convenience is possible because today’s eCommerce stores are powered by dynamic and detailed content management systems (CMSs) that categorize, itemize, and price every product available for purchase. eCommerce CMSs make a store’s inventory accessible and searchable by anyone through a web browser which opens up a new avenue for interested customers, and their dollars, to swing by.


Today’s content management systems (CMSs) are more powerful and efficient than ever, allowing websites to dynamically present content to millions of interested visitors. Website content is largely controlled by a web content manager, or an administrator who creates and manages an organization’s digital materials. An effective web content manager must possess many technical and interpersonal skills as their job continuously bounces between the website’s backend and meetings with website developers, marketing teams, and executives.


Video has come a long way since magnetic tapes were involved and it’s time to ensure that you’re using the best format for displaying video content on your website. Including videos helps make your content (eCommerce, information, or otherwise) easier to connect with and digest. Give your visitors the ability to watch in full screen mode and it’s an immersive experience.


Because Drupal is an open source technology it is a great choice for many NPOs looking to revamp their web presence on a budget. Drupal is an open source web framework that can be managed by non-technical users. It becomes endlessly expandable once an experienced web developer gets “under the hood”. If you'e chosen Drupal for your non-profit organization's website, you might be wondering where to start. Let's start at the beginning.