Iceland Ascending: My Weekend at Drupal Camp Northern Lights

The weekend of February 24th I had the pleasure of attending and speaking at Drupal Camp Northern Lights, the inaugural Drupal camp in Iceland. The overall experience of the camp was exciting, informative, friendly and diverse. And with a tagline of “The Coolest Drupal Camp Ever” it lived up to it, both literally and figuratively. Let’s go through a timeline of events to show you how and why. Read More →

Can Social Media Really Help SEO?

Now that’s a question that has been wildly debated for quite some time. Let me first start off by stating that Google hasn’t divulged that there’s a direct correlation between social sharing/engagement and search rankings. We can confirm, however, that Google does in fact take site engagement (time on site, page views, etc.) into account…to a certain degree. Read More →

Distribution Exploration: Thunder and Lightning

Distributions aren’t something with which I’ve had a lot of experience (other than a failed attempt at setting up OpenAtrium back in the Drupal 6 days). However, I’ve always been intrigued by the idea of using a distribution to get a head start on development, since I always seem to install the same set of modules for every website that I develop.

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10 Ways to Get a Leg Up on SEO Before Site Launch

Now, you may be thinking, “I’m in the midst of a complete website redesign, don’t I already have enough to think about?” Yes, but if you want that fancy new site of yours to actually be seen by users and search engines, you’ll need a plan. To help guide your site-launch journey I’ve put together a list of 10 items that should be embraced to enhance your search visibility prior to launch. Read More →

WTF is Context Marketing and How Do I Get Started?

There’s no doubt that the consumer is more powerful than ever. I’ve written about it. Forrester and Gartner (and McKinsey and Accenture and many others) have researched and written about it extensively. Even my mom (hey Margie) has weighed in on the topic to some extent.

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