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Five data sheets for promoting Drupal

We at Acquia gain unusual and valuable insight into the Drupalsphere. Besides working with some of the community's most visible and active members, the experience of servicing over a thousand enterprise clients shows us just how grandly this platform we love has taken hold. We also have a crawler that tracks Drupal-based sites, which we've further categorized by vertical market, geographical location, and the like.

We've given back some of this information in the form of our Drupal showcase; now, we're happy to present five more items that we hope you'll use to help promote Drupal.

The first four are data sheets that forcefully demonstrate Drupal's adoption in vertical markets that we've identified as being its strongholds: education, government, technology, and media/entertainment. It's hard to argue against Drupal's dominance when you learn that it runs sites at:

Here they are, ready to print, in U.S. and international sizes:

The last data sheet is a special for DrupalCon London next week. It's a visual description of the many social media features available for Drupal, depicted in the style of the London Underground map. (Letter)

Please feel free to distribute these widely, and use them frequently to trumpet Drupal's success!


Posted on by Johan Falk.

Great work, great resources. Thanks for sharing.

Posted on by Ian Finlay.

Univesrity of Western Australia - might be one of the 100 best, but they should learn how to spell University<S>

Posted on by Katelyn Fogarty.

Thanks for pointing this out, this has been fixed.

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