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White Elephant Alert! Why A CMS Is A Terrible Reason To Hire A Dev Shop

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Recently, we sat down with an advertising agency to chat about business possibilities. As CTO at aimClear, my focus of the conversation naturally gravitated toward technology. I was intrigued to hear about a content management system (CMS) that was being deployed by their development shop. Our agency friends expressed much pleasure in the CMS but… Read More

Content Management Systems  /  Web Development

Exploring The Semantic Web: How Schema Impacts Today’s SERPs

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Playing its part in the Semantic Web movement, schema is transforming the web by enhancing our search results and revolutionizing the way we find information online. The Semantic Web itself is a shift in web coding approach toward describing content by using code tags in a way that computer systems can understand and associate known… Read More

Schema  /  Web Development

4 Ways Web Developers Can Successfully Avoid Premature Balding

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Most guys expect to lose their hair at some point. A little greying and thinning with age is totally predictable. But when you’re in your twenties and start noticing less hair on your head and a lot more on the shower floor… it’s time to evaluate those day-to-day stress triggers. We can’t speak for every… Read More

Web Development

aimClear To Get Its Geek On @ #DrupalCon Chicago

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Destination #3 on aimClear’s March Conference Road Trip is a new, exciting, & geektacular addition to our agenda of familiar functions. March 7th marks the start of DrupalCon Chicago, a three-day event centered on the popular and prevalent open source CMS platform, Drupal. Drawing crowds in the thousands, DrupalCon caters specifically to developers, designers, supporters, evaluators and businessfolk, whether they’re… Read More

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The Gigantic SEO Client Technical Checklist

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Though most application configurations are somewhat “standard,” nearly every website’s technical architecture includes (at least some) idiosyncratic features. Over time we’ve learned the importance of gaining proper understanding and access credentials, before evaluating sites and/or taking on new clients. There are many different content management systems (CMS), server models, database programs, maintenance utilities, analytics packages,… Read More

Web Development