AGILEDROP: Our blog posts from May

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You have already seen what Drupal blogs were trending in the previous month, and now it is time to look at all our blog post we wrote. Here are the blog topics we covered in May.

The first blog post was How to Integrate Google Analytics with Drupal 8. It’s really important to keep track of the statistics of your websites. One tool that stands out and probably beats all others in terms of popularity when it comes to website analytics is Google Analytics. In this blog posts, we looked at how you can integrate Google Analytics with Drupal, specifically with Drupal 8. 

The second was a Drupal SEO Tips. Drupal’s excellent built-in SEO functionality. While Drupal itself plays pretty well with search engines, there are a host of measures you can take to ensure you stay on top of the SEO game even more. After all, the internet is a competitive market, making a site’s SEO all the more competitive. In this post, I’ll explore some of the most common SEO measures you can take to bolster your Drupal site’s SEO efforts.


We continued with blog post A Short Introduction to Headless Drupal. A title of this blog posts tells it all - we explain what headless means, what is the difference between headless and “normal” Drupal and why it’s so great. 

The fourth blog post was a Drupal for Mobile Solutions. There is no doubt that mobile internet usage is getting more and more popular, in fact, the number of mobile internet users overtook desktop users. In order to avoid losing customers, it’s necessary that web and business owners carter to mobile internet users. In this post, we took a deeper look at how Drupal is great for mobile solutions and why you should use Drupal for your mobile needs. 

Those were our blog post from May. Looking forward to continuing having you as readers!

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