Agile marketing methodology is a suitable solution for all organizations, from established corporations to small nonprofits. Changes across the digital landscape are inevitable on the internet, and agile marketing equips organizations to respond swiftly. Agile marketing allows for quick adaptation to market changes.Read more
When you think about SEO, Google is probably the first thing that comes to mind. However, did you know that YouTube is just a search engine? While it’s content is specific to videos, it follows the same basic principles as any other search engine. You enter a search query and it filters down to relevant results based on that query.
Like every other search engine, there are ways we can optimize our content for better rankings. The steps in this guide are by no means “complicated” but they can significantly boost your search rankings and subscriber base on YouTube.Read more
While content plays a central role in your website’s success, you may struggle to keep tabs on it. Often, it can be challenging to know what you have and whether it’s genuinely serving your goals and users. If your website’s content might benefit from some spring cleaning, keep reading. I’ll share a simple introduction to a website content audit to leave you empowered to either start one on your own or make sure your agency partner meets your needs.Read more
If you are a Drupal developer you know that the Views module is an essential part of site-building. Its ability to query and aggregate content to be displayed in any way you might need saves a considerable amount of time and energy.
However, even with all that power, Views has one major downfall. As the queries start to pile up, views may start to slow down. Add in relationships, exposed filters, lots of fields (and even, contextual filters!) and you’re asking for serious performance issues.Read more
“Whenever you see a successful business, someone once made a courageous decision.”
― Peter F. Drucker
Whether you love it, hate it, or feel nothing about it. Whether you use it every day or only sporadically, it’s become part of your work environment. Whatever your relationship to it is, you must surely feel something as it approaches the end of its life, and you need to decide what to do about it. It’s your Drupal 7 site, and it sunsets next year.Read more
As someone who has worked professionally with WordPress websites for 15 or so years, the most common question I have heard from clients, coworkers, and even other colleagues in digital is some variant of: “Is WordPress secure?”Read more
Are we done yet?
2020 is a hard year to put behind us. Political division, a deadly global outbreak, economic roller coasters, and racial unrest remain top of mind as we round out January 2021.
BADCamp 2020 gave me a virtual stage to share stories and insights from my life as an activist, along with insights I think could benefit anyone working in a team. I dedicated years of my life to causes that matter to me. When I transitioned into working for a Drupal web development agency as a project manager, I thought I would be starting from scratch. I was wrong.Read more
Occasionally, you meet people in life that you just can’t wait to show off to your friends. Not to brag (too much), but that’s our team. Work relationships can feel like a random puzzle of personalities locking away chemistry and collective intelligence. But when you have quality people, the randomness is a feature not a bug. We’re privileged to share our work lives with folks so varied and inviting. We’re bonded by an expertise and love for our craft and by a desire for that craft to be in service to others.Read more
Drupal is known for being secure and a good tool for building websites with high privacy standards. However, many websites load third party scripts, which can gather a lot of data about your website visitors with one or more third parties.
We review a browser plugin that disables third-party scripts in the following BADCamp presentation: