I finished the Responsive Web Design course on freeCodeCamp. I really learned a lot! I didn’t realize how dated my HTML and CSS skills were. So much so, I’ll be working on a site redesign for new-aeon-design.com. Can’t wait to incorporate all the new stuff I learned.
freeCodeCamp course completion certificate.
I started working on redesign for another personal project too. I’ll post a link to that when I think it’s upload-able 🙂
I’ve currently been working on code related projects at least 3 – 4 hours a day. Sometimes longer.
Getting focused on 2019! Setting goals and starting to work on some old projects. I’ve had this website for several years, and it’s always taken a back seat to all my other projects. That’s changing in 2019. I’ll be doing a lot of design work to this site, adding many offers and trying to finally get the business aspect of this site off the ground.
Blogging will be another big part of my 2019. I’m currently managing several different blogs. I’ll be posting about those and also blogging here regularly. I’ll be offering blogging services too, like setup, and design for anyone that might be considering a blog but isn’t sure on how to get started.
The content on this site will be centered around blogging, HTML, and graphic design, social media marketing, and working as an internet freelancer.
Wishing you all a wonderful 2019, and wishing you health, wealth, and prosperity in the new year.
I found a new social network that I really like. I’ll post more about that in another post. I wanted a graphic button to let people know they could follow me there, and I couldn’t find any so I made one. Feel free to use. Link back not necessary but always appreciated. Gracias!
Tsu logo for you blog or website.
If you’re on Tsū feel free to follow me. If you’re not then take a second and check out the social network that actually pays you for your content. http://www.tsu.co/NewAeonDesign_Com
Found this infographic from WhoIsHostingThis and thought it was spot on. By following these simple tips, and spending a little time at it each day, those Twitter followers should start rolling in.
You wouldn’t think there was a lot to social networking and services like Twitter but there is. I’ve learned a lot and made a lot of mistakes with social networking. It takes time, but with a little effort success can be yours. The more you read and follow tips that are found in inforgraphics like this, the more you start seeing those followers rolling in.
Great tips for building a strong twitter account and gaining followers.
The info graphic states that you can do this in 5 minutes a day, maybe I’m slow. I spend a little more… A lot more time than that on twitter. I need to start incorporating services like hootsuite, but I tweet randomly throughout the day. As I find good stuff or have some clever comment worth tweeting, I send them out at random. Sometimes from the computer, sometimes from my phone. I try to tweet daily, and spread my tweets out so my followers don’t get what I call a twitter bomb, of 10 – 20 tweets blasted out from my account all at once. Outside of that I completely agree with everything in this info graphic.
P.S, Now on a final note. For all those spam comments asking where I host my blog. You can use the WhoIsHostingThis service to find out. They are the creator of the infographic, and I’m sure they would love if you stopped by their site and tried out the service.
Just playing around on Facebook and created a new avatar that I may or may not use on there.
Trying to create a Facebook presence, I was playing around with some avatar ideas, and created this from some clip art I had. I may or may not use this, but I thought it was a fun design and at least worth posting here. Maybe I’ll use it on my private account. The image is 349 x 315 and fits nicely in the avatar window on Facebook.
Things have been busy around here, and I’m going to try and get some tutorials and code snippets up shortly. I’m also thinking about trying my hand at some youtube videos.