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Read the Best WSOL Blogs of 2015!

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This year, we published over 170 blogs on WSOL.com, covering a wide variety of topics, including web design, online marketing, CMS development, and the future of the Episerver and Ektron platforms. We've gathered our most popular blogs here as a retrospective of the year. Enjoy!

7. Red-Carpet Ready: 3 Essential Elements for Your Social Media Profiles

Sarah Corley helps you make sure your social media profiles have these essentials!

6. Lightening the System Administrator’s Workload Part 2: Automation

Ricardo Herrera explains how System Administrators can reduce repetitive work by setting up automated tasks.

5. Tips for New Episerver Developers

Brad McDavid gives tips to Ektron developers during the migration to EpiServer.

4. 3 Options for Third Party CMS Integrations: Pros and Cons

Chris Osterhout lists the pros and cons of 3 options for third party CMS integrations.

3. Utilities for Handling Disk Fragmentation in Linux

Disk fragmentation can be an issue even for Linux servers. Mark Millette looks at some utilities that can resolve fragmentation issues.

2. How Does Multi-Language and Multi-Region Content Affect SEO?

Matt Brady shares some tips for using multiple languages on your site in a way that follows good SEO practices

1. 4 CMS Trends to Watch in 2015

Did our CEO Bill Casey’s trend predictions happen? You decide.

What do you think? Were these the best blogs we published in 2015, or are there some that you think should have been more popular? Please feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below, and stay tuned in 2016 for more great blogs!

About the Author

Sarah Corley
Sarah Corley
Sarah works as a marketing specialist at WSOL where she helps clients put their best digital foot forward online. She has been the driving force in defining company culture at WSOL. As a co-leader of the Chicago HubSpot User Group, Sarah is dedicated to creating a community where developers, marketers and sales teams make the web a better place. She worked for Nestle Toll House on their campaign, Bake Some Good, as a national brand ambassador and even baked her way to set a Guinness World Record. She has Bachelor of Science degrees in graphic design, journalism and public relations.
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