A highly talented and skilled web based professional ?
Seriously - don't take my views on something as gospel or fact... they are merely my views.
It's simply as I view it, the title is a little too generic now a days... the field got a lot bigger, and will likely continue to grow.
If you title yourself as a "web master", then by all means, continue to do so.... or get a different title.... what ever you like
Looking at that list again...
You design, code, manage content and are the primary contact.... that would cover the mainsectiosn of beig a web master we all discussed, right?
Add to that the SEO/SEM... so that would also put you in the ranks of being an SEO/SEM person.
Further, you have the analytical skills, research and resolution implementation, which would make you an active analyst.
There you go...from one title to three diversified and highly skilled titles... does that make up for any over statements or generalisatiosn?
Edited by Autocrat, 20 October 2007 - 04:50 PM.