For a good number of years I’ve been managing two websites, a personal website that illustrates my work skills and a blog where I share my experience and knowledge of two of my passions, cyberculture and Hispanic marketing. Thanks to WordPress, I’ve been able to maintain both sites but lately it’s becoming very complicated especially since I have a very lively 2 year old to take care of.
So to make things easier I’m shutting down my personal website, frankieis.me, and transferring some of my information from there to my blog, Media Rumba. I’m kind of relieved, it allows me to focus more on my blog and the fact that I don’t have to pay extra for hosting really helps.
I like to think of my blog as an extension of my online self. I’m able to express my thoughts, emotions and personal opinions and I’m proud to say that it has been noticed a couple of times by others to where I was asked to do interviews, consultations and even build a circle of like minds. My blog even got me my first job from out of college. To think it all started from a basic Dreamweaver project from college.
Sure I have Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook and Twitter as my social outlets but my blog allows me to get more in depth of what I like to share within the online world. So if anyone’s interested in building a blog to share your love of whatever, go for it.
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