If your site is never going to gather a substantial amount of content (perhaps it is only meant as a more static, placeholder webpage), then spending time working with taxonomies is probably not going to be of much advantage.

However, the aim is not generally to remain in obscurity when creating a website, so assuming that you do want to attract a community of users, you'll need to build up a reservoir of valuable content over time. The method of classifying and categorizing this content in Drupal makes it one of the most sophisticated content management systems around.

Take the time to master working with taxonomy in Drupal because not only will this help you to work out how to manage your site's content better, but it can also ...

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