Creative Writing Schools in Georgia

Designed in 1996 by Matthew Carter, Georgia is the serif companion to Verdana, Microsoft's workhorse of a sans-serif screen font. Georgia specifically addresses the challenges of typography displayed on a screen. When rendered at small point sizes, type on screen can become very difficult to read. Georgia tackles this problem by using wide and open counters, the white spaces in between the shapes of letters. When these spaces are too tight, the shapes become indistinguishable from one another. Georgia is very similar to Times New Roman, but takes out some of the fine details present in Times New Roman to make it suitable for screen - Georgia's serifs are somewhat flatter and blunter, for instance. Although nothing seems too odd about the name of the font, it has a somewhat curious and random derivation: it was jokingly named after a tabloid headline that read 'Alien heads found in Georgia.'

6 Creative Writing Schools in Georgia

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Creative Writing Schools in Georgia Site Evaluation

There are a total of 6 creative writing schools in Georgia state. With 34,885 students, University of Georgia is the largest creative writing school in the state of Georgia.

University of Georgia is a social media - savvy school with not only a website, but also a Facebook page, Twitter account and YouTube channel. University of Georgia has 75,838 "likes" on Facebook, 5,409 followers on Twitter and 348 subscribers on YouTube.

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Color

Exactly 4 of the 6 creative writing schools with websites use white as the primary color on their websites. Another color used as the predominant color on Georgia creative writing school websites is blue (33.3%).

The colors used on the websites for the largest creative writing schools in Georgia are as follows:

  1. University of Georgia: white 10% and red 2%
  2. Georgia State University: white 29% and blue 1%
  3. Kennesaw State University: white 30% and black 8.5%

Font

In Georgia, the most popular font style on creative writing school websites is Arial. Approximately 33.3% of creative writing schools in Georgia use Arial as the primary font on their websites. Other fonts commonly used on creative writing school websites include Verdana (33.3%) and Calibri (16.7%).

The largest Georgia creative writing schools' websites use the following fonts:

  1. University of Georgia: Arial
  2. Georgia State University: Calibri
  3. Kennesaw State University: Trebuchet Ms

Social Presence

Exactly 6 creative writing schools in Georgia have Facebook pages. On average, each of these schools has 17,849 "likes" on their Facebook pages. The Georgia creative writing schools with the greatest number of "likes" are:

  1. University of Georgia: 75,838 "likes"
  2. Emory University: 16,630 "likes"
  3. Kennesaw State University: 5,561 "likes"

Exactly 5 creative writing schools in Georgia have Youtube channels. On average, each of these schools has 725 Youtube channel subscribers. The Georgia creative writing schools with the greatest number of Youtube channel subscribers are:

  1. Emory University: 2,807 subscribers
  2. University of Georgia: 348 subscribers
  3. Agnes Scott College: 196 subscribers

The Georgia creative writing schools whose websites have been bookmarked the most number of times on Delicious are:

  1. University of Georgia: 556 Delicious bookmarks
  2. Georgia State University: 83 Delicious bookmarks
  3. Kennesaw State University: 69 Delicious bookmarks

Web Metrics

Of all of the Georgia creative writing school websites, the one that receives the greatest number of unique visitors belongs to University of Georgia. This is indicated by the fact that University of Georgia's site has a Compete Rank of 2,576, the highest Compete Rank of creative writing school websites in Georgia.

And the Georgia creative writing school website that is considered the most authoritative by SEOMoz belongs to University of Georgia. It has a SEOMoz Page Authority rank of 85.1.

It is interesting to compare this data with the statistics for the largest creative writing schools in Georgia:

SchoolCompete RankSEOMoz Page Authority
University of Georgia2,57685.1
Georgia State University5,89777.2
Kennesaw State University10,65374.3
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