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Louisiana first lady Donna Edwards' foundation, the Louisiana First Foundation, is donating $35,000 for a rainbow-colored percussion instrument at the Knock Knock Children's Museum. The instrument is seen here. 

Louisiana first lady Donna Edwards' foundation, the Louisiana First Foundation, is donating $35,000 for a rainbow-colored percussion instrument at the Knock Knock Children's Museum. Edwards (right) invited Knock Knock Children's Museum Executive Director Peter Olson (left) and board member Cricket Gordon (center), and a group of children to the Governor's Mansion for the announcement.

Louisiana first lady Donna Edwards' foundation, the Louisiana First Foundation, is donating $35,000 for a rainbow-colored percussion instrument at the Knock Knock Children's Museum. The instrument is seen here. 

There is an interesting thread just getting its legs in the WebmasterWorld forums around the topic of SEO and how hard it is to do SEO these days and see results, espesially with Google. So hard that some are deciding to change careers after several years of doing SEO. Some are not taking it to the extreme of leaving SEO altogether but diversifying and getting into other businesses, in addition to working in SEO.

I simply can’t afford to continue to devote so much time into something with so little reward. I have seen the SEO market collapse in the last few years in terms of income. I don’t want to go down a churn and burn route, that works for some I know but it’s not for me. So I am at a crossroad, not sure which path to take. I am thinking of moving into mobile App development, has anyone made a similar move away from SEO?

I'm not getting out completely, but I now have a part-time job to make ends meet. My hourly rate (from the website) is 1/3rd of what my 12-year-old son earns on his paper round. I work from 6 am - 6 pm, 7 days a week, with breaks to walk the dog or do the basics around the house, and barely scrape through. I once earned enough to live comfortably, but not now. So a regular paying job became necessary to stay afloat.

As the most northeastern town in the United States., Madawaska, Maine, also has the unique status of being one of the “four corners” of the nation. Situated in Aroostook County on the St. Johns River that forms part of the U.S.-Canadian border, Madawaska’s residents are deeply proud of their Acadian roots (French is the first language for many), which gives this small town a cultural affinity with its neighbors to the north. In fact, the nearest populous area is Quebec City, about 200 miles southwest. The closest U.S. city is Bangor, about the same distance directly south.

“We’re pretty far up here,” says Gisele Dionne, superintendent of Madawaska public schools. “I look out my window and see the mountains of Canada.”

The district serves about 440 students (30 of which come from neighboring Grand Isle) in a preK-6 elementary school and a 7-12 middle/high school. The two schools are bedrocks of the community, resilient even as financial challenges have mounted over the past decade.

It's a time of change for Royal Caribbean as the company adds technology to its 48-ship fleet from stem to stern over the next two years.

The changes are intended to make cruising even easier for passengers. It includes a mobile app that uses AI to act as a digital assistant, wayfinding to help passengers navigate around a ship's many pathways, VR and AR experiences in dining and arcade games, skipping check-in lines due to facial recognition technology in port, and using a wearable device or smartphone to automatically unlock cabin doors for the cabin's occupant.

Richard Fain, CEO of Royal Caribbean, said the company has put a big investment into the tech staff to support its digital transformation.

Louisiana first lady Donna Edwards' foundation, the Louisiana First Foundation, is donating $35,000 for a rainbow-colored percussion instrument at the Knock Knock Children's Museum. The instrument is seen here. 

Louisiana first lady Donna Edwards' foundation, the Louisiana First Foundation, is donating $35,000 for a rainbow-colored percussion instrument at the Knock Knock Children's Museum. Edwards (right) invited Knock Knock Children's Museum Executive Director Peter Olson (left) and board member Cricket Gordon (center), and a group of children to the Governor's Mansion for the announcement.

Louisiana first lady Donna Edwards' foundation, the Louisiana First Foundation, is donating $35,000 for a rainbow-colored percussion instrument at the Knock Knock Children's Museum. The instrument is seen here. 

There is an interesting thread just getting its legs in the WebmasterWorld forums around the topic of SEO and how hard it is to do SEO these days and see results, espesially with Google. So hard that some are deciding to change careers after several years of doing SEO. Some are not taking it to the extreme of leaving SEO altogether but diversifying and getting into other businesses, in addition to working in SEO.

I simply can’t afford to continue to devote so much time into something with so little reward. I have seen the SEO market collapse in the last few years in terms of income. I don’t want to go down a churn and burn route, that works for some I know but it’s not for me. So I am at a crossroad, not sure which path to take. I am thinking of moving into mobile App development, has anyone made a similar move away from SEO?

I'm not getting out completely, but I now have a part-time job to make ends meet. My hourly rate (from the website) is 1/3rd of what my 12-year-old son earns on his paper round. I work from 6 am - 6 pm, 7 days a week, with breaks to walk the dog or do the basics around the house, and barely scrape through. I once earned enough to live comfortably, but not now. So a regular paying job became necessary to stay afloat.

As the most northeastern town in the United States., Madawaska, Maine, also has the unique status of being one of the “four corners” of the nation. Situated in Aroostook County on the St. Johns River that forms part of the U.S.-Canadian border, Madawaska’s residents are deeply proud of their Acadian roots (French is the first language for many), which gives this small town a cultural affinity with its neighbors to the north. In fact, the nearest populous area is Quebec City, about 200 miles southwest. The closest U.S. city is Bangor, about the same distance directly south.

“We’re pretty far up here,” says Gisele Dionne, superintendent of Madawaska public schools. “I look out my window and see the mountains of Canada.”

The district serves about 440 students (30 of which come from neighboring Grand Isle) in a preK-6 elementary school and a 7-12 middle/high school. The two schools are bedrocks of the community, resilient even as financial challenges have mounted over the past decade.

Louisiana first lady Donna Edwards' foundation, the Louisiana First Foundation, is donating $35,000 for a rainbow-colored percussion instrument at the Knock Knock Children's Museum. The instrument is seen here. 

Louisiana first lady Donna Edwards' foundation, the Louisiana First Foundation, is donating $35,000 for a rainbow-colored percussion instrument at the Knock Knock Children's Museum. Edwards (right) invited Knock Knock Children's Museum Executive Director Peter Olson (left) and board member Cricket Gordon (center), and a group of children to the Governor's Mansion for the announcement.

Louisiana first lady Donna Edwards' foundation, the Louisiana First Foundation, is donating $35,000 for a rainbow-colored percussion instrument at the Knock Knock Children's Museum. The instrument is seen here. 

There is an interesting thread just getting its legs in the WebmasterWorld forums around the topic of SEO and how hard it is to do SEO these days and see results, espesially with Google. So hard that some are deciding to change careers after several years of doing SEO. Some are not taking it to the extreme of leaving SEO altogether but diversifying and getting into other businesses, in addition to working in SEO.

I simply can’t afford to continue to devote so much time into something with so little reward. I have seen the SEO market collapse in the last few years in terms of income. I don’t want to go down a churn and burn route, that works for some I know but it’s not for me. So I am at a crossroad, not sure which path to take. I am thinking of moving into mobile App development, has anyone made a similar move away from SEO?

I'm not getting out completely, but I now have a part-time job to make ends meet. My hourly rate (from the website) is 1/3rd of what my 12-year-old son earns on his paper round. I work from 6 am - 6 pm, 7 days a week, with breaks to walk the dog or do the basics around the house, and barely scrape through. I once earned enough to live comfortably, but not now. So a regular paying job became necessary to stay afloat.

As the most northeastern town in the United States., Madawaska, Maine, also has the unique status of being one of the “four corners” of the nation. Situated in Aroostook County on the St. Johns River that forms part of the U.S.-Canadian border, Madawaska’s residents are deeply proud of their Acadian roots (French is the first language for many), which gives this small town a cultural affinity with its neighbors to the north. In fact, the nearest populous area is Quebec City, about 200 miles southwest. The closest U.S. city is Bangor, about the same distance directly south.

“We’re pretty far up here,” says Gisele Dionne, superintendent of Madawaska public schools. “I look out my window and see the mountains of Canada.”

The district serves about 440 students (30 of which come from neighboring Grand Isle) in a preK-6 elementary school and a 7-12 middle/high school. The two schools are bedrocks of the community, resilient even as financial challenges have mounted over the past decade.

It's a time of change for Royal Caribbean as the company adds technology to its 48-ship fleet from stem to stern over the next two years.

The changes are intended to make cruising even easier for passengers. It includes a mobile app that uses AI to act as a digital assistant, wayfinding to help passengers navigate around a ship's many pathways, VR and AR experiences in dining and arcade games, skipping check-in lines due to facial recognition technology in port, and using a wearable device or smartphone to automatically unlock cabin doors for the cabin's occupant.

Richard Fain, CEO of Royal Caribbean, said the company has put a big investment into the tech staff to support its digital transformation.

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Louisiana first lady Donna Edwards' foundation, the Louisiana First Foundation, is donating $35,000 for a rainbow-colored percussion instrument at the Knock Knock Children's Museum. The instrument is seen here. 

Louisiana first lady Donna Edwards' foundation, the Louisiana First Foundation, is donating $35,000 for a rainbow-colored percussion instrument at the Knock Knock Children's Museum. Edwards (right) invited Knock Knock Children's Museum Executive Director Peter Olson (left) and board member Cricket Gordon (center), and a group of children to the Governor's Mansion for the announcement.

Louisiana first lady Donna Edwards' foundation, the Louisiana First Foundation, is donating $35,000 for a rainbow-colored percussion instrument at the Knock Knock Children's Museum. The instrument is seen here. 

There is an interesting thread just getting its legs in the WebmasterWorld forums around the topic of SEO and how hard it is to do SEO these days and see results, espesially with Google. So hard that some are deciding to change careers after several years of doing SEO. Some are not taking it to the extreme of leaving SEO altogether but diversifying and getting into other businesses, in addition to working in SEO.

I simply can’t afford to continue to devote so much time into something with so little reward. I have seen the SEO market collapse in the last few years in terms of income. I don’t want to go down a churn and burn route, that works for some I know but it’s not for me. So I am at a crossroad, not sure which path to take. I am thinking of moving into mobile App development, has anyone made a similar move away from SEO?

I'm not getting out completely, but I now have a part-time job to make ends meet. My hourly rate (from the website) is 1/3rd of what my 12-year-old son earns on his paper round. I work from 6 am - 6 pm, 7 days a week, with breaks to walk the dog or do the basics around the house, and barely scrape through. I once earned enough to live comfortably, but not now. So a regular paying job became necessary to stay afloat.

Louisiana first lady Donna Edwards' foundation, the Louisiana First Foundation, is donating $35,000 for a rainbow-colored percussion instrument at the Knock Knock Children's Museum. The instrument is seen here. 

Louisiana first lady Donna Edwards' foundation, the Louisiana First Foundation, is donating $35,000 for a rainbow-colored percussion instrument at the Knock Knock Children's Museum. Edwards (right) invited Knock Knock Children's Museum Executive Director Peter Olson (left) and board member Cricket Gordon (center), and a group of children to the Governor's Mansion for the announcement.

Louisiana first lady Donna Edwards' foundation, the Louisiana First Foundation, is donating $35,000 for a rainbow-colored percussion instrument at the Knock Knock Children's Museum. The instrument is seen here. 


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