Master of the Universe: Google Webmaster

Written by: Elizabeth Houser

Google, in my opinion, has the ability to take over the online world. This, along with the charts, graphs, and numbers that many of their “applications” contain, has the power to intimidate me.

Your Take on Blogging Thus Far

While I blogged in high school, my business' blog is the only blog I've maintained consistently (for eight years running.) It's interesting and sometimes embarrassing to look through my archives and read some of my earlier posts. But more interesting is the birds eye view where I can see the evolution of the blog, not only how the subject matter has change but also post frequency.

Bonkers about Blogs!

 

So! I am so super excited about my blog, “Oh Me, Oh My, Oh Mommy!” ! If you haven’t already noticed, I have previously been enrolled in this class. The last time I made a blog, it was about my upcoming experiences as a pregnant expecting mother. Well, during that time, I became extremely ill and had to take a break from school and everything else in my life to make sure I was able to get my baby here safely. Fortunately, that was a success.

What the Hale?

Photo shoot

Photo by Troy Hale

 

Run Ronnie Run (sometimes)

The Best Blog I Ever Read

As you do your own blog I encourage you to read other blogs. They will inspire you. So in this post I ask you, what is the best blog you've ever read? Please link to it in the comments.

Mine would be Seth Godin's Blog.

What's yours?

The Hobbyist: Indulging in the Hobbies of Those Around Me

Graduation Day

So this is the last blog post for the Spring 2014 #NMDL class. I call it Graduation Day, because I'm wondering if any of you have decided to go into a career in digital when you graduate. Shoot, these days you don't have much of a choice, it's all turning to digital.

So when you graduate, what do you plan to do? Where do you want to work (city/state)? And what type of agency or client side?

As I told you when I graduated I wanted to be a copywriter and do television commercials at a top agency. Oh, does anyone plan to go to Portfolio School?

Gender Wars and Social Inequality

If you’re anything but a straight, white person, filling out Web forms that ask for personal information can give one pause. If you’re Cuban-American, you may have to decide whether or not you should fill out Black or Hispanic as the forms rarely allow for both. And what if you’re mixed race?

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