Snow Writes about Web Development & Search


Fozzie, my newly adopted Cairn Terrier keeps me company in my home office. One of the best things I did in 2015 is rescuing this pup.

Welcome to the virtual home of Donna ‘SnowWrite’ Snow. An accidental technologist approaching 18 years of experience in the industry.  The focus of this website is primarily web development, technical search strategy, gadget and online gaming reviews.

SnowWrite raised six wonderful human beings who are nest-free and she spends her days deep in WordPress and Digital Marketing – both for her day job and for her own personal interests. She started in the late 90’s with html & css1 and discovered Open Source and content management systems. Having spent much of the early 2000’s working with the Plone Content Management system as an integrator SnowWrite got really good at creating themes and training others how to use the system.

She hopes to share this blog with those who are entering the web development sphere all that she has learned through mistakes and joyful discovery. You’ll find articles about WordPress from simple dashboard tips to advanced customization’s she had to make for various projects. You’ll also find articles about SEO, SEM, social media and digital marketing.  Essentially this is a brain dump and she hopes you find it informative and entertaining. Thanks for reading.


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