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Technology & Trends

  • 3 years 8 months ago

    When looking for an adaptable, secure, and powerful CMS, why should you choose Drupal? Because you want these things of course! (and there is more...so much more...)

  • 3 years 9 months ago

    One of the biggest keys to having a successful website is somehow utilizing a content management system. A content management system (CMS) is a way of storing the content of a website so that different users with non-expert level web development experience can create, edit, and manage the thousands or millions of little pieces of content that get displayed to the end user when they visit your site.

  • 4 years 2 months ago

    At the end of the week, it’s nice to just sit, relax, and review all the cool things from the past 7 days. What better way to do that, than to sit ‘round the campfire and banter? Word ‘Round the Campfire is our weekly roundup, containing our past week’s blogs, tidbits the Adventure crew has found interesting, and hopefully, a chance for a few laughs and reflection.

  • 4 years 2 months ago

    Content marketing, social media, and user experience seem to be all the key buzzwords that are rocking the blogs lately, and as marketing professionals, we need to pay attention. Certainly, the methods and tactics that worked for our parents’ marketing strategies aren’t going to work for us, and even the strategies we ourselves used less than a decade ago are becoming obsolete.

  • 4 years 6 months ago

    Is Drupal a CMS?

    At first glance this might actually seem like a silly question. However, let’s dig in a little deeper. I am sure most people who know Drupal would answer with an emphatic, "Yes, of course!" But I’m afraid the answer is not so easy.

    If you dig a little deeper, you will find many conflicting opinions.

    For instance, if you go to Drupal.org you will find them describe Drupal as:

  • 4 years 9 months ago

    Hey monkeys! Are you a DrupalCon lover? If you live in the Austin Texas area, you’ll be happy to know that DrupalCon Austin is now open for registration.

    Drupal is one of the most popular open source content management systems. Our team usually heads to a DrupalCon each and every year. We’ll keep in touch with you about the next DrupalCon we attend.

    Anyways, back to the monkey topic at hand. DrupalCon Austin registration is now open. This means you can get a good deal before DrupalCon gets here. Order your tickets early. Here are the discounted prices:

  • 4 years 10 months ago

    Who doesn't want a better website experience? Monkey, monkey, monkey! Your ultimate goal as a website owner is to bring people back and to make it an awesome experience so they come back! So, check out these 5 helpful tips for building a better website experience for your users.

    #1 CMS

  • 4 years 10 months ago

    The great thing about the Drupal community is that they are always giving back or thinking of others. Back when the government in the United States shut down, a lot of gov't employees went without work. Until this small Drupal agency put together website that helped furloughed gov't employees find work.

  • 4 years 10 months ago

    Welcome to another round up here at Cheeky Monkey Media. It's a very fun time in the office. We have quite a few people at our physical office and it's starting to feel real.

     

    In case you missed this week's newsletter, you can check it out here. You'll find out what's happening in December around here. Make sure you check out the section on our top chimp.

  • 5 years ago

    Want to hear some exciting news? Yep, it’s about Drupal. This company is helping more and more companies. Recently, one of the biggest school districts in the country saved a bunch of money because of Drupal. In fact, their software costs reduced from 90 dollars a student to only one dollar a student. How did they do this, you ask? They designed a set of applications built on Drupal and replaced some of their licensed tools which reduced over 50 of their own applications. Eighty-four schools and 800,000 students benefited from Drupal’s platform.

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