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A Recap of Acquia Engage, as told through Twitter

The New Customer Decision Journey Needs Content

Demand generation for consumer ecommerce sites used to be as subtle as a brick to the face, generally consisted of pushed spam with “Buy Now!” subject lines hoping to drive customers to landing pages with annoying homepage hero offers.

Top 3 Challenges Facing Public Sector Intranets

All intranet efforts start out with the best intentions. Organizations envision an information hub for their community made up of easy to find websites that are simple to create and maintain. A one-stop shop for all their information needs, if you will. Many of these efforts fail, causing the end users to shudder at the mere mention of such an attempt again. And for government organizations, there are additional challenges when creating an intranet as part of a Digital Government Strategy.

Twitter runs open source [8/11/11]

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jeudi, le 11 août 2011h

Adrian Bridgewater discusses Acquia and the launch of Twitter's developer community site in his Open Source Insider blog.

Twitter Selects Acquia and Drupal to Power Developer Community Website [7/11/11]

WOBURN, MA--(Marketwire - Jul 11, 2011) - Acquia, the leading provider of commercial solutions for Drupal, announced today that Twitter selected a Drupal-based community solution for its new Twitter developer website at The site, which was developed with support and guidance from Acquia, launched today.

Changing how we share information - 140 characters at a time

Social networking has changed the way we communicate, connect, and learn. It allows us to keep in touch with people with a level of regularity and intimacy that we would not have been able to, because time and space make it impossible.

Allowing individuals to gather and express themselves in a much more simple and immediate fashion, social media provides the capability to not only have the ability to share ideas and opinions, but also (if they wish) gain notoriety, and expand their influence.

Twitter Selects Drupal-Based Solution to Power Developer Community Website [7/13/11]

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mercredi, le 13 juillet 2011h

Acquia, a provider of commercial solutions for Drupal, announced that Twitter (News - Alert) selected a Drupal-based community solution for its new Twitter developer Web site at

Twitter announced the launch of the developer Web site which was developed with support and guidance from Acquia.

Leveraging Acquia solutions, Twitter offers information, tools and assistance for 750,000 developers across the Twitter ecosystem. It includes access to documents, APIs, tips, tutorials, blogs, and forums designed to connect developers to the Twitter team and each other.

One Million Twitter Apps And Counting [7/13/11]

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mercredi, le 13 juillet 2011h
MediaPost Publications

Twitter has created a Web site for the more than 750,000 developers who design and build platforms that complement the company's social site. (Did you catch that number?) debuted Monday, developed with support from the company Acquia.

Twitter taps Drupal for developer site [7/13/11]

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mercredi, le 13 juillet 2011h
Fierce Content Management

Twitter unveiled July 11 a new online community website for third-party developers to access APIs in an open, collaborative environment. It's not entirely surprising that the site is built upon open source web content management system Drupal--and developed by Acquia, the company's commercial arm. Twitter's decision appears to be something of a trend for open source developer sites.

Twitter used Acquia to create site for developers [7/12/11]

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mardi, le 12 juillet 2011h
The Drum

Twitter used Acquia, commercial solutions provider for open software Drupal, in order to help create a website for Twitter developers.

Tom Erickson, Acquia's CEO said: “We are proud to be working with Twitter on this important effort.

“It demonstrates Acquia's ability to deliver enterprise-scale applications, and reinforces that Drupal is truly a best-of-breed platform for community websites.”