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In the next couple of coming weeks we will teach you how to build your own website using Wordpress content management system. We will also teach you how to customize themes and really create an awesome website for yourself and even for companies.

We are now in 2018 and most computers sold today are 64-bit. For the purpose of our blog we will assume you also have a 64-bit machine you are working on. The installation is the same and the configurations are the same it's just some things you have to do work differently on a 64-bit machine. Since more people are still using Windows 7 we will cover the set up a Windows 7 machine.

So we are going to learn how to build a Drupal website and to be honest it is one of the easiest things to do. First off you need a couple of things but before I tell you what they are please note that we will cover installation and set up on Windows first and then we move to Linux and Apple Mac.

Drupal is a tool for building websites. It is officially called an open source Content Management System (CMS) and it allows people with the right privileges a way to edit and change the content of a website, without needing to know any programming.

Over the course of the next couple of weeks we are going to teach you how to build your own website using the content management system that is Drupal. We will start by telling you what Drupal is and then show you step by step how to install and build your very own Drupal website.

There are a number of reasons why companies should have a website and not just a website but a website that is maintained and updated regularly. First off if your company doesn't have a website people won't be able to find it on Google. Secondly a website gives people detailed information about the company and much more than a mere social networking page can do.

Changing branding can be a good thing or it can be a bad thing, depending on how you see it. Changing branding can mean the end of a company or it can mean the start of great things to come. If your company is well known and already has a substantial following and a good reputation, then changing branding is not a good idea at all.