WEB Need reviews/tips on drupal site

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  1. subwoofer

    subwoofer OT Supporter

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    I built two drupal sites this week and I can honestly say this is the best cms I have used yet.

    The website is agedcorpdepot.com. I used a free theme and modified the colors a bit. I have installed a variety of SEO plugins and modules.

    Anything anybody would recommend that would benefit/help me launch the website? I am going to be marketing this on craigslist mainly, but trying to get good ranks on google as well. I also need to work more on placing keywords within the content.
     
  2. swz

    swz OT Supporter

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    Pros/Cons of Drupal vs. Joomla
     
  3. Pepsi1975

    Pepsi1975 Mod of the Year

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    hold on why i channel kingtoad

    joomla is shit
    drupal is god

    end kingtoad channeling
     
  4. kingtoad

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    In the end.

    1. Joomla is more user-friendlier than Drupal
    2. Drupal has a more powerful back-end

    Best thing to do is analyze who's going to be utilizing your system and move from there.
     
  5. subwoofer

    subwoofer OT Supporter

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    The site is just about 99% complete. Did some submitting to search engines today.

    Do you think a tag cloud on a business services website would be too unprofessional? Just thinking of other ways to get more keywords on to my site.
     
  6. Mikenotmike

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    Do you mean user friendly for the developer or for the end user that ends up maintaining content (etc) on the site? I never hand over a Drupal site without building in some no brainer admin UI in a thickbox or something, that way working with the site is painless
     
  7. pharmokan

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    whys everyone jumping on drupal bandwagon?

    joomla = old and busted?
     
  8. Phasm

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    cause our holy leader kingtoad swears by it
     
  9. kingtoad

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    Front-end users.
     
  10. LOLZILLA

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    I find drupal more user friendly. :dunno:
     
  11. LOLZILLA

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    Joomla also has lots of security issues.
     

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