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Process Post #12: What’s next?

As the semester ends, I am left with the question on what to do with this website. I originally created Millennial Speaks for my Publishing class back in January. Throughout the semester, I was this site creating professional posts, content creation, and process posts. While it is a project based class in which is marked …

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Process Post #11: New Instagram

I recently made a new Instagram page for Millennial Speaks! Instagram is the social media platform I use the most, and so it made sense to create one for my blog! By doing this, I can connect with my audience in a way that is a lot more interactive and convenient. As part of my …

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Process Post #10: Analytics 3.0 – Audience

When it comes to my site’s audience, I was surprised at a couple of analytics: This graph states that majority of my audience consists of 25-34 year olds. This is surprising as I did not expect to capture viewers older than 20. When starting this site, I had planned on targeting audiences ages 18-24 as …

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Process Post #9: Analytics 2.0 – Site Behaviour

After weeks of creating and promoting my content, I revisited my Google Analytics to take a look at my site’s behaviour. From this picture of my site behaviour, views on my SharlynSings page has gone up. This page is devoted to my music whether its an original or a cover. I’m really glad to see …

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Process Post #8: Business Canvas

Throughout the course PUB 201, we were assigned to create a business canvas highlighting future/present plans for our blogs. Posted below is the canvas I created using the Business Model from Strategyzer. Since the bigger picture is a little blurry, I included screenshots of the sections below. I hope in pursuing a future for Millennial …

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Process Post #7: Monetization

In the past few weeks, my PUB 201 class have been discussing monetization. According to Google, monetization is defined as the action or process of earning revenue from an asset, business, etc. In other words, it’s how you make bank. I haven’t really been thinking much about making money off of this site as I …

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Peer Review #3

For my 3rd peer review, I got a chance to look at Christina’s website: http://clarynathanwill.com/ Right off the bat, I was very impressed and stunned at how professional her website looks. The design is really neat and simple which I am a fan of. Her menu bar is sorted nicely filled with different and unique …

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Process Post #6: Visual Story

I created this through Canva, a website where you can design all sorts of pictures, banners, and logos for social media use. I decided to make mine plain and simple to match my minimalistic design of my website. I used this picture in particular in order to really showcase my passion for music. This was …

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Process Post #5: Mobile-Friendly

In this week’s lecture, we discussed mobile accessibility for our sites. We are to figure out what works and what doesn’t. I actually love how my website looks in mobile devices. It looks much cleaner as it minimizes certain aspects such as the sidebar. The logo stands out and even manages to fit in the …

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Peer Review #2

Vanessa Jang http://itsvanessajang.com For my Publishing class, we were assigned our partners for Peer Review #2. I had a chance to look at Vanessa’s website: http://itsvanessajang.com My first impression is that I love how clean and organized her site is. The bolded headings and minimal design make a big difference in a viewer’s behaviour within …

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