August 18

With all of the updates tech companies are making to their websites and products to keep their digital content accessible to those with disabilities, many marketers falsely believe that these platform adjustments also account for their own social media content, and therefore shouldn't have to worry about further adjusting their content to make it accessible, which is an untrue assumption.

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August 13

While category pages on your website can be great for users, they can also present a challenge for promoting your website’s best content via search, as your category pages might compete directly with your more targeted pages listed on the category pages. Here's how to determine if you have a self-competition problem on your site.

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August 10

This July, I got to experience my first deep-dive into Drupal culture by attending Drupal Camp Asheville 2020. The biggest takeaways for me came from the sessions on accessibility and productivity.

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August 06

When many of us were growing up, the iconic words of Alice Cooper were music to our ears. But how do students across different socioeconomic and locational spectrums literally deal with the fact that school is (at least for now) out forever?

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August 04

The entire world is participating in a global rallying civil rights cry for months, so my main question for the professional world is: why aren’t we talking about it? Walk West CEO Donald Thompson offers some guidelines for people who feel uneasy discussing the topic of race inequity in the professional landscape.

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August 03

Remember when Google was just a young fledgling startup amongst a field of giants such as Yahoo, Netscape, AskJeeves, and MSN? How like most innocent startups wanting to change the world they directed you TO the world through cutting edge search optimization that took the user to what you wanted, as fast as possible? Well now the fledging has suddenly become the bully on the block.

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