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Building an online presence with Drupal and social media. Quick tips and self-assessment. For more tips and a free consultation, email reva@templateserve.com. …

Building an online presence with Drupal and social media. Quick tips and self-assessment. For more tips and a free consultation, email reva@templateserve.com.

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  • Most CMS's are like a toy boat or toy truck - specific assumptions have been made about their use, assumptions it would be hard for you to override. Frameworks, on the other hand, provide you with raw materials. Drupal is like a Lego kit. Skilled developers have already made the building blocks - in the form of contributed modules - that you need to create a site that suits your needs, whether that is a news site, an online store, a social network, blog, wiki, or something else altogether.
  • If you want to go deeper with Drupal, you should understand how information flows between the system's layers. There are five main layers to consider: Data, Modules, Blocks & Menus, User Permissions and Template. At its most basic, a node is a set of related information. When you create a new blog post, you are not only defining its body text, but also its title, content, author link, creation date, taxonomy (tags), etc. Some of these elements will be shown by the theme layer when the node is displayed. Others are meta-data that control when the node will show up at all - such as taxonomy or publishing status. Since each item of content is stored as a node, and contains the same basic information, each can be handled in a standard way by both Drupal core and contributed modules. Drupal is Collaborative at the core; designed to delegate content creation.
  • You can create these content types out the box. They generally consist of a title and description. The presentation is what makes them differentiated. You can add to and alter these content types or create your own.
  • Open Graph meta tags is a Drupal module you can use to configure these settings from your admin, without having to go into your site code!
  • If Open Graph title and description tags are not specified, standard TITLE and META description tags are still used as a fallback. However, since SEO TITLE tags are usually longer and place the brand name at the end, possibly out of display range, it is beneficial to use a separate share preview or Open Graph title tag for a cleaner, more brand-focused presentation on social networks.
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    • 1. Presented by Reva McEachern @revadigital
    • 2. What you will learn: Drupal, what’s in Core, top modules to extend. How to assess your digital fitness. How to optimize on-site social media content.
    • 3. Drupal Open source CMS/CMF PHP over MySQL Modular and scalable Vibrant community Modules and Themes
    • 4. Architecture
    • 5. Drupal Core Content Types Article Basic page Blog entry Forum Poll Book page Structure > Content types > Add content type
    • 6. Content Construction Kit The Content Construction Kit allows you to add custom fields to nodes using a web browser. FileField Date Embedded Media Field ImageField
    • 7. Drupal Core Modules Aggregator Block Blog Book Comment Search Statistics Taxonomy Trigger User Contact Forum Upload OpenID Path
    • 8. Other useful modules WYSIWYG – Abstraction layer to integrate an editor Views – Control presentation of data Content Access – Sets role-based permissions to content Token – Placeholders, like %site-name or [user] Automatic Nodetitles – Generates nodetitles automatically Pathauto – Generates path automatically
    • 9. Drupal Tips Plan your site Backup your site and db Use “green” contributed modules Avoid hard-coding Don’t go overboard with modules Learn PHP, but until then, leave it alone Never hack Drupal core
    • 10. Social media benefits Free testing ground to discover content that best resonate among specific demographics within a community. Connect with your customers. Discover new opportunities. Build your brand and reputation. Establish thought leadership.
    • 11. Assess Yourself - Crawler Limited investment in social channels and earned media. Unclear where audience is most likely to engage or types of content could you use to engage them. Education
    • 12. Assess Yourself - Walker Steady investment in at least one social platform, but no integrated approach to paid and earned. You’re not entirely in tune with what it all means. Your partners, or activities are not aligned. Plan
    • 13. Assess Yourself - Runner Integrated, consistent and actively measuring performance. Strategically allocating time and money across channels. Measurement
    • 14. Assess Yourself - Marathoner Seamless integration across channels; coordinated, aligned, measured, budgeted. Experimenting with new social media platforms. Experiment
    • 15. Curating and Networking Curating Networking Facebook LinkedIn Tumblr Pinterest Google+ Twitter
    • 16. 4 Facebook Tips Use Timeline to share your rich history, and Put fans at the center of your brand’s narrative. Place your fans’ passion points front and center. Promote user-generated content. Showcase a multidimensional or dynamic side of your brand. But be careful and double check. Pin a new post every 7 days and star important photographic posts.
    • 17. 4 Google+ Tips Create a page and optimize it like you would the home page of your website. Add people related to your business in your circles. Post regularly on topics related to your business or area of expertise. +1 content that is relevant to your industry, remember it’s now Search + Your World.
    • 18. 4 Tumblr Tips Optimize your Tumblr pages using basic SEO best practices. Install the Tumblr bookmarklet into your browser. Analyze articles, add your own point of view and your own links. Don't plagiarize. Integrate Tumblr with Twitter and your Facebook brand page.
    • 19. Tumblr SEO Tip #1 Beef up the <title> tag and add description tag. Add the Post Summary to the Title, as its more likely to gain you search spots than the title alone. <title>{block:PostSummary}{PostSummary} - {/block:PostSummary}{Title}</title><meta name=”description” content=”{MetaDescription}” />
    • 20. Tumblr SEO Tip #2 Use your tags as keywords. Basic SEO 101, add meta keywords, but we’ll leverage off of Tumblr to dynamically add them. <meta name=”keywords” content=”{block:Permalink}{block:Posts}{block:Tags }{Tag}, {/block:Tags}{/block:Posts}{/block:Permalink}” />
    • 21. Tumblr SEO Tip #3 Upload your sitemap.xml in Google Webmaster tools. Add Google Analytics to track progress.
    • 22. Social Media Optimization When users share links across social networks such as Facebook, share previews are generated in activity streams. The information show in the preview is constructed based on your page title, description and share preview tag. If no image is defined, the first on-page image is displayed and the user is presented with all the images on the page to scroll through and choose from.
    • 23. Share Preview Tag By defining the share preview tag you can control the image that represents you or your brand in social streams. <link rel="image_src" href="http://www.domain.com/share.png" /> Open Graph meta tags
    • 24. Open Graph Protocol New set of metatags that combined with social plug-ins such as the Like Button enable integration into Facebook's social graph Use a shorter, cleaner title for Facebook that places the brand name at the front of the tag (contrary to SEO on-site best practices for TITLE tags). <title>My SEO Title With Keywords and Stuff – My Brand</title> <meta property="og:title" content="My Brand on Facebook" /> <meta property="og:description" content="Description" /> <meta property="og:image" content="http://brand.com/share.png" /> Open Graph meta tags
    • 25. Our Services Website and Software development Search and social media optimization Instructional design and LMS development Website template customization services

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