The shelter dealing with Hank’s adoption previous described in excess of 50 new programs, but the “very offensive dog” nonetheless stays with Clauder. An updates part of the site chronicles a several failed fulfill-and-greets with the pup, but the most up-to-date improvement, on August 17, declares “no prospective adopters in web page [sic].”
A sneaky small information at the base of just about every web page reads, “Site by Christine Clauder, at present unemployed and job-hunting. Hint hint,” with a url to her resume.
The marketer tells Ad Age that since publishing the website, “I did have a large amount of companies arrive at out, but sad to say, they were being not Houston-dependent. I have a couple of gives on the table that I’m sort of tossing back again and forth.”
In addition to trying to find everlasting perform, Clauder’s web site has aided her in landing freelance gigs in web page creation. She’s at the moment doing the job on two web sites for authors that will be released shortly.
“Neither 1 of them are animal related, they just significantly savored the transparency and, I guess, the simplicity at which they were being able to navigate [Hank’s] web page.”
Clauder claims the crucial to her good results is obtaining a unique voice and not staying scared to use it. “Trust your instinct and under no circumstances read the responses.”