Whether you are a job seeker, an independent jewelry designer, a freelance journalist, an aspiring filmmaker, or the owner of a new food cart, a strong online presence is a key part of every professional and small business's marketing strategy. The backbone of this presence is your website. And unless your small business is a web design company, or you are successful enough to hire a programming whiz (in which case you would have probably already needed a website by now), you most likely have neither the funds nor skills to fork over thousands to a professional for the perfect site. Thankfully, in today's sea of freelancers, entrepreneurs, and independent contractors, a lack of money and programming knowledge does not stand in the way of a great-looking site that does not break the bank.
A new Tumblr blog is dedicated to the many annoying and often ridiculous emails that are sent companywide. This one goes beyond getting stuck in a 'reply all' chain that doesn't involve you -- these are emails that should really not have been sent at all (but may provide some comedic relief during your workday).
Every Friday we round up the salary trends, career stories and job news that you may have missed during the past week.