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  • Wordpress vs. Drupal: Everyone’s Got A Weak Spot
    Through (painful) trial and error, we know the secret to choosing between bad fast food on a long road trip: sometimes it’s best to focus less on the “positives” and to instead think, Which is going to hurt less tomorrow morning? This exercise can actually be helpful in surprising places - even in the old WordPress vs. Drupal debate. Part of the secret to determining the best CMS for your site is ...
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  • So You Want To Pick A CMS?
    Want to get a room full of developers all riled up? Ask them about their preferred content management system (CMS) - just don’t be surprised if a keyboard comes flying. What’s the big deal? A lot, as it turns out - especially when it comes to comparing the main two players in the game: Drupal and WordPress. For most users, the two are a lot alike - but for those looking to get in the weeds, the di...
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  • I Went To Canada To Talk About Conversions
    Here’s a healthy dose of irony: I’m writing a whole post about calls to action and I’m not going to finish with a call to action. No button. No marketing lingo. No “click here for the 5 things I learned, but you’ll have to submit your email first! muahaha!” Some suits would probably consider it the ultimate marketing faux pas, but I like our readers, so this is simply an article full of realness f...
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  • Sliders Suck
    Let's consider the carousel: unless you’re still young enough to be picked up and perched onto one of the horses, you’re only on it because someone else is making you go along for the ride. You’re over it before you even make a full rotation, and that’s exactly how web sliders make people feel. Whether it’s online or IRL, there is nothing “merry” about making people go around in circles.
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  • OK Google: Tell Me How Voice Search Is Changing SEO
    There are two kinds of interactions most people picture when they imagine speaking with an artificial intelligence: either the weird, stilted, and oddly-digitized Text-To-Speech scripts we all played with on our original 90s desktops, or the eerily on-point diction of HAL doling out even awful news with inflectionless apathy. The truth, as it turns out, is somewhere in between - and it’s becoming ...
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  • You Can’t Afford to Ignore Email Marketing
    Email is overlooked, undersold, and extremely common, and that’s probably because it’s not the sexiest kid on the block. It’s the dinosaur of the content world, and the bane of bursting inboxes everywhere for well over three decades. But the fact is that email is still undeniably ubiquitous in offices and on desktops everywhere, and plenty of people still read their emails each and every day. For ...
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  • 7 Ways To Make Your UX Stand Out in 2017
    It’s easy to be satisfied with a site that “gets the job done.” For a business whose site maybe isn’t their biggest driver of sales, or who doesn’t count on a digital storefront as the natural first point of contact, the thought of putting time and money into a website redesign may seem unnecessary. That’s a perfectly fine assessment - unless, of course, you actually want your business website to ...
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  • Using Content Silos To Organize Your Site and Improve Your Rankings
    It seems like anytime we discuss content creation, there’s one overarching idea that goes almost unquestioned: everything should go on the blog. But in the face of an evolving Google and changing SEO practices, the classic “everything-on-the-blog” approach may not stand the test of time - and that’s where content silos come in.
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  • The Science of a Well-Placed Call-to-Action
      A well-executed call-to-action - part of any solid inbound marketing strategy - offers a unique value to your website: although built to be unobtrusive, a good CTA slyly grabs your attention precisely when you start looking for it. Unfortunately, this vital tool has also been debated, re-created, and overused ad nauseam, and failure to keep up with best practices for CTAs may actually end up doi...
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  • Google is Requiring HTTPS For All Secure Sites on Chrome
     If your site collects data like names, emails, phone numbers, or credit card information, you’ve probably already put a good deal of thought into security. But if you haven’t taken the steps to protect your visitors and your site with an SSL certificate and migrated your site to HTTPS, that data may not be as safe as it could be - and Google is taking action.
  • What You Should Expect From Drupal 8 - One Year In
    For just over a year now, we and the rest of the tech world have been intrigued, if not a little mystified, over the capabilities built into Drupal 8. That’s thanks, mainly, to its impressive collection of over 200 new features - the result of Drupal’s starting development from the ground up for this newest version. With a wide array of custom development options combined with a mobile-first minds...
  • Google Is Automatically Launching Call Extensions in All Mobile AdWord Ads
    Google’s long-heralded “mobilegeddon” has finally arrived, and Google is ready for businesses to get on board the mobile-first mindset - even if they have to force a few hands in the process. We’ve already talked at length about the huge and growing influence of mobile search on Google’s search rankings, as well as Google’s steps to make connecting with businesses through text messagingthat much s...
  • A Custom Product Configurator On A Mobile-Friendly Site: Our Drupal Developers Show Their Skills
    Our developers are amazing - especially when we really flex our muscle. For example: we recently built a new, custom Drupal site and storefront for Granite State Grave Markers, who have provided custom-engraved grave markers to customers across the country for decades by offering shoppers the chance to design their own unique stone using a simple online interface. But needing an upgrade to both th...
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  • Altos is Hiring - Digital Marketing/SEO/PPC Specialist
    It’s incredible to look back on where we started, and how significantly our team has grown from Atlos’ first steps, to our swift stroll, and now we’re running. We’re excited to announce that we’re still growing and looking to expand our unique and dedicated team! Can you imagine yourself among our diverse group of dedicated and hardworking professionals (some rocking slippers, some in suits and sl...

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