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Christina Aguilera using Drupal

Christina Aguilera just relaunched her website using Drupal: The site is developed by Sony Music, and is one of the better looking Drupal sites that I have seen Sony Music launch. No pun intended! Welcome to the family, Christina!

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U.S. Department of Commerce using Drupal

The United States Department of Commerce just relaunched their website on Drupal. Check out their new website at

According to Wikipedia, the Department of Commerce has more than 140,000 employees, and an annual budget of $14 billion USD. Needless to say this is another great win for Drupal, and for Open Source in government!

It is great to see them take advantage of Drupal's social capabilities like blogging and commenting, as well as to see integration with social media like Twitter, YouTube and Facebook. It all helps provide greater transparency.

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Forrester Research using Drupal

Forrester Research, one of the most prestigious analyst and market research firms, is using Drupal for their corporate blogs. Flattered!

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Via Rail using Drupal

Via Rail, a large train operator in Canada, is now using Drupal for its main website. They carry approximately four million passengers annually so like with any train operator, their website is obviously key to their business.

Via rail canada switches to Drupal; traffic doubles within months

Last week I met with IPC Media in London. With magazines like Nuts, NME, Marie Claire, Country Life and many more, IPC Media is one of the UK's leading publishers.

IPC Media recently converted from a bespoke ColdFusion platform to Drupal to reduce the site's maintenance cost. When I met with the team, they were very pleased with the fact that it only took a couple of months to redesign the site with Drupal and to migrate all the existing content. But best of all, thanks to Drupal's SEO (Search Engine Optimization), traffic doubled since the site was relaunched in early January. A great example of how you can use Drupal to maximize the power of your website!

Update: two IPC Media employees respond in the comments and provide some extra color; Peter Brady (lead developer and Anthony Thornton (project manager

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