The shelter dealing with Hank’s adoption last documented around 50 new programs, but the “very offensive dog” continue to stays with Clauder. An updates area of the web-site chronicles a handful of failed meet up with-and-greets with the pup, but the most up-to-date development, on August 17, declares “no likely adopters in internet site [sic].”
A sneaky minor information at the bottom of each and every website page reads, “Site by Christine Clauder, at present unemployed and occupation-hunting. Trace hint,” with a link to her resume.
The marketer tells Ad Age that given that publishing the web site, “I did have a whole lot of organizations achieve out, but however, they had been not Houston-dependent. I have a pair of presents on the desk that I am kind of tossing back again and forth.”
In addition to seeking lasting operate, Clauder’s web page has aided her in landing freelance gigs in web page development. She’s at this time functioning on two web sites for authors that will be introduced before long.
“Neither one of them are animal linked, they just drastically enjoyed the transparency and, I guess, the simplicity at which they have been capable to navigate [Hank’s] web-site.”
Clauder states the critical to her accomplishment is owning a one of a kind voice and not being worried to use it. “Trust your instinct and hardly ever go through the opinions.”