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Profiting from Drupal-Powered Semantics [February 14, 2012]

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Drupal makes it easy to spice up your content with semantics, and ensure that the information you publish on the web is both findable and useful. With Drupal, you can catch the coming wave for next generation web applications – delivering smart digital experiences that solve business problems.

Drupal features the platform services to exploit the linked data capabilities of the semantic web. With its native support for RDFa, Drupal can now leverage the schemas defined by Schema.org to standardize the descriptions of commonly used items across the web.

In this webinar, you’ll learn:

  • How Drupal supports semantic web standards to deliver next-generation applications
  • Why you should characterize your content by relying on standardized term sets wherever possible
  • How you can build your business strategy for investing in Drupal’s semantic capabilities
  • What are the benefits of adding schema.org support on your site

Join Acquia for an interactive conversation, together with a hands-on demo of innovative digital experiences, where we highlight the prospects for the semantic web applications in 2012, powered by Drupal.

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