Every website has the potential to deliver ever-better results. The trick? Continuous evolution. Your digital presence should be a living thing that’s always adjusting to stay relevant and valuable.
This Fall, Evolving Web was recognized by Acquia as a Leader of the Pack in Higher Education for a project in partnership with Princeton University.
The saying goes that “content is king,” but don’t you ever wonder who is keeping tabs on all that content after it’s unleashed into the world or parked on your website? How can you be sure that your content strategy stays aligned with what your audience needs as things change over time?
Making web content accessible to everyone has been a major topic of discussion since the dawn of the Internet. World Wide Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee himself was explicit on this issue, stating that “the power of the web is in its universality.
How long should a website last for? The average lifecycle of a website is about two and a half years. At Evolving Web we aim to develop products that will last between five and ten years. However, this sort of longevity can only be achieved through ongoing improvements.
One of the reasons I love going to DrupalCon is that it’s a way to absorb everything new coming out of the Drupal community. Here’s a summary of what content editors, site builders, and developers can look forward to!
A good website content strategy involves a balance between creating new content and optimizing older content for improved SEO.
At Evolving Web, we recognize the impact of the extraordinary economic, social, and technological changes that our roster of higher education clients has undergone in the past few years.