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Hey there! It’s Lara, author of the infamous”Tales of a Non-Unicorn: A Story About the Trouble with Job Titles and Descriptions” from a couple years back. If you haven’t read that original article, I recommend skimming it to give you some context for this one, but I think you’ll still find value here even if you don’t. A lot has happened since I wrote that article in 2015, and this follow-up has been in the works for a good six months. I ended up, not with a solution for the job titles conundrum or a manifesto about the importance of HTML and CSS, rather a simple, honest story about my roller coaster ride. Okay, enough dilly-dally. Let’s go! <story> In the aftermath of the FizzBuzz drama in 2015, I doubled down on my freelance business and did really well. I got a great contract gig with startup in New York…
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Reddit has partnered with Microsoft, which will allow Bing to deliver unique search experiences for Reddit content.The post Bing to Offer Unique Search Experiences for Reddit Content by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
I saw this on Reddit the other day… I immediately LOL’d: Ooops. Of course, this reminds me of the brand that I created for George where I purposely created this type of imagery: There he is…! George! The idea here was simple… George, who is your best friend in the entire world, wants to love on you all the time. He’s there when you wake up in the morning and he’s there when you head to sleep. In fact, he’s persistently and constantly vigilant, on your behalf, ensuring that you get all that you need to get done! And, on he’ll do whatever he can to help you out! When he finds things that he believes you might like he brings them to you faithfully… and, in this case, innocently. Again, he just wants to love on you! Don’t worry…! It’s more like this… But why the dynamite? Why an “explosive” device?…
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This has not been a fun couple of weeks in the Drupal community. If you’ve missed the events, you can catch up with this list of links. There’s dozens of articles in that list, plus hundreds more think-pieces, tweets and Reddit posts. You don’t need me to add to another opinion on what happened. Instead, I’d like to try and situate this controversy into the broader flow of recent events. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit http://OSTraining.com for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Billy Schrero asks about my incredibly popular YouTube channel. 🙂 I kid, I kid. But it has been growing nicely, the videos are getting more and more engagement. It’s been a great learning experience. And this is another great question I’ve experimented with.“You write the film you want, shoot the film you can afford, and edit the film you have.” — AnonAt first I just grabbed a camera and started filming, and maybe that works for some, but I realized I could do better. So I started doing a little planning. I’ll write a short script now in a writing program like Draft and plan for a handful of “scenes” or shots with possible dialog. I don’t try to perfect this at all. It’s just rough thoughts. Each paragraph break is a new shot in my head.Part of the script I wrote for a recent videoI often try to get the dialog to fit into…
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Reddit CEO Steve Huffman held an AMA style update through a self-post on /r/announcements yesterday, October 26, 2016, to announce a handful of new things they are working on, and also answer some questions. One particular update was worth noting, as they appear to be launching ‘Interest Targeting’ into Reddit Ads, which would “allow advertisers to target audiences based on a handful of predefined interests (e.g. sports, gaming, music, etc.), which will be informed by which communities they frequent. A targeted ad is more relevant to users and more valuable to advertisers.” It doesn’t appear to be available in the Ad […]The post Reddit News: Interest Targeting Coming to Reddit Ads and Spoiler Tags by @brentcsutoras appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
If you want to optimize Facebook ad costs, increase your Twitter engagement, and Reddit knowledge, check out my Pubcon day 2 sessions. Click for more!The post #Pubcon Day 2: Facebook Advertising, Twitter Hacks, & Reddit Tricks by @annaleacrowe appeared first on Search Engine Journal.