[Hidden-tech] Webmaster Certification

gabe ripley gabe at tattoonow.com
Fri Dec 17 13:58:51 EST 2004

Does Certification really make a difference in the internet field? It 
seems like the criteria for part or full time employment in the Web 
Development field is experience and a portfolio. I guess I am one of 
those "no degree no problem" kinda guys, but Ive never even heard of 
search engine or webmaster certification. What is it? Does it mean 

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On Dec 16, 2004, at 8:49 AM, Matt Promise wrote:

> Hey everybody,
> I'm certified as an Advanced Search Engine Marketing Strategist, and 
> would really like to pursue certification as a Webmaster as well.  
> I've got books on HTML, DHTML, CSS, Apache, PHP, MySql, Java, 
> JavaScript, Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Flash, Perl, GoLive, CGI, 
> WebObjects, XML, etc., and some experience in working on web pages, 
> but there seems to be no standard on what subjects to study to obtain 
> webmaster certification.  What way do you recommend I go about getting 
> my certification with the little money and time that I have?  I know 
> it might sound awful to say that I want to find the least expensive 
> alternative, but I want to make myself available as quickly as 
> possible for part or full time employment in the Web Development field 
> while continuing to work with my small SEO company.
> Thanks so much in advance for your input! :)
> Matt Promise
> www.internet-marketing-analysts.com
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