We all get that same spam everytime we register for a webinar. You
spam and call that marketing, we get it.
You hire kids right out of college, with zero business experience,
don't train them, and then market yourself to the enterprise.
But have you actually tried WordPress lately? It's not just
for blogs, and not just for moms (but nice job, Acquia employee,
dispelling your "brogrammer" reputation within the Drupal
community). It's grown into a pretty robust, performant, and
yes, feature-rich platform for building complex sites that integrate
EASILY with other services.
Try setting up a site on Wp.com then try setting up a site on
Drupalgardens. There's no comparison. You have the same four
templates you launched with five years ago, none responsive, none
"mobile first"; you don't even have a calendar.
I wouldn't in good conscience set my dad up with a blog on DG,
much less my mom, who has a PhD in electrical engineering.
But yeah, Acquia. Keep telling yourselves Wordpress is for mom
blogs. See how far that gets you in the enterprise.
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