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Redesigns, Cleanup, and Identity Management

I have my work cut out for me: I really need to do some massive redesigns and web cleanup. My online identity is much messier than I would like. I really want to continue to build my online identity so that I trigger assessments of trust, value, esteem, and so that I open opportunities for professional and personal growth toward my view of what I want for my future. This is my ordered list of tasks broken down by websites: [Updates as of 3/9]

  1. [Stalled, but In Progress] BackinTime is just atrocious. I haven’t done anything with that site in years and it shows. I will button that one up quickly. It’s first on the list, because it is the most neglected. I still want to keep up this revenue stream. It hasn’t been a big revenue producer in the past, but I really do like Historical Consulting for movies and tv. If nothing else, I will continue to foster this as a hobby.
  2. LuraLee.com isn’t great, but not awful. I’ll clean it up, re-write some of the copy, and maybe change the color scheme/look in order to update it a bit. In the process, I will better define my personal-professional identity, goals, and narratives.
  3. [Completed WordPress Upgrade] Lura.net (this site)….. honestly, I’m still ok with the look/feel. The real issue is the content. I just need to re-commit to blogging substantively. My issue with this site is that it’s just too darn boring. Unfortunately, being interesting is sometimes at odds with being professional. I continue to struggle to find a voice that enables both…. Seth Godin is my hero in this realm.
  4. [Completed] Lura.Smugmug.com: I got an influx of photo galleries representing many of my years with MAS (my ex). I just need to review/edit and rename/organize those gifted galleries. Not a huge project, but something I had previously neglected.
  5. INeedCoffee& Revenue Generating articles … possibly transitioning to another revenue-generating venue. I made a little over $2K on INC last year. That’s a nice payday for articles that I wrote years and years ago. It’s enough money to inspire me to review/edit and possibly seek out newer revenue generating opportunities for my writing skills.

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