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  • 3 years 3 months ago

    Have you ever felt frustrated not being able to find the information you need?

  • 3 years 4 months ago

    Are you ready to start planning your website? Know now that there is a lot of upfront work needed to make sure your project is both successful and on time and budget. Probably, the biggest question you will be asked to answer is, what is the purpose behind your website? For instance, is it there to give your company brand recognition? Sell products? Gain followers?

  • 3 years 5 months ago

    A few months ago, a good friend opened up a new store to add to his stable of businesses. I offered my help with some of the basic setup, shelving, walkways, etc. I found it really interesting to see how much care my friend took in ensuring that customers walking through the store would have easy access to products; that their walking paths wouldn’t be interrupted by any obstacles; and that basic flow through the store would be a smooth and fluid experience.

  • 3 years 5 months ago

    Online Marketing seems to be an ever-evolving industry, where new tactics are being implemented on a daily basis. Many times, companies begin to execute on the latest fad with little idea about why it’s important, and even less idea about its application.

  • 4 years 9 months ago

    “The next big thing for Drupal is eCommerce,” according to Robert Douglas of Commerce Guys, in a recent guest post published on the Drupal Association. It is undeniable that Drupal has seen tremendous growth in the twelve years since its inception, and the coming release of Drupal 8 seems likely to accelerate growth for the foreseeable future. A major area of growth potential in the Drupal community is eCommerce.

     

  • 4 years 9 months ago

    Combing profits from your website is a lot like picking bugs from your buddy’s fur -  the work is tiresome, but the payoff is a delicious. Luckily, we’re expert bug pickers, which is why we know how to design with ROI in mind. A recent article on SimplyZesty.com explores the relationship between actual online behavior and some common misconceptions about designing for the buying consumer.

  • 4 years 10 months ago

    Websites are vitally important for any business in today’s economy, especially sales-oriented businesses. We’ve talked about how Drupal websites are making a major gains in the ecommerce world; another of our favorite Drupal features is the highly customizable nature of each site. If your website isn’t producing enough results, Cheeky Monkey Media’s customized web design can bring you to the apex of your sales potential.

  • 4 years 10 months ago

    We’ve made no secret about our love of Drupal as a content management system, and Drupal continues to grow each day, improving in power, performance and dependability. The latest news in the Drupal community proves that it has finally developed some powerful e-commerce chops. Drupal Commerce, the leading e-commerce company on Drupal, recently announced that it has skyrocketed past 300,000 total downloads.

  • 6 years 3 months ago

    Drupal has a reputation of being a very complex system to use and that it’s diffcult to make great looking sites. The last statement is very wrong, some very interactive and amazing sites have been created using Drupal, and there are no better examples then the ones from the game industry, be it from a specific game, to a studio or groups which support the game industry.

    Specific Game Sites

    Each of these sites below look great and all make use of multiple language capabilities of Drupal

  • 6 years 4 months ago

    Identifying your clients’ needs and being able to address them can lead you to success. But information is nothing if you do not analyze it and make use of it. So start with an open mind and let the ideas flow in. Imagine that you were the customer and you wanted a banana but the store gave you an apple. How would you feel? Wouldn’t it be frustrating? Knowing what your clients want and being able to provide it can spell success or disaster for your website.

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