As soon as you get to Saelee's website you know the audience is teachers. On her home page in her video she addresses teachers right away by saying "Teachers, are you tired of falling behind the cursed pacing guide?" When you go a little further into her website you see that it's not just teachers but Math teachers. I feel that she had a lot of visuals and even some videos. I did feel that the first page had a lot of writing on it but then I realized that it was reflecting her video. So if you did not want to read it, then the video was there for you to watch. Overall I thought she was very effective on presenting to her audience.
On Gottfried's page, you see that her audience is high school teachers. I thought at first it was specifically her peers at her high school then realized it was also for other high school teachers who would like to incorporate blogging into their classroom. I feel like Gottfried's page is really eye catching. I think she has a lot of really helpful visuals and videos. I specifically liked the "how to" videos. I think those could be really helpful to the teachers. Overall, I also think Gottfried was very effective on presenting to her audience.
On Ellison's page, you can infer that her audience is elementary teachers. Based on some of her graphs that she posted on the first page, you see her data has 2nd through 5th grade. So I assume that her target audience is teachers who teach those grade levels. Her video on her first page had me a little confused because she started out her video saying "are you ready to level up your learning?" So I thought that maybe she was going to have her audience be her students, but then she starts talking about research and how teachers should use gaming in the classroom. Also, she has a video on her page that is almost an hour long. I think she could have picked out the most important parts of that video and made a shorter more engaging video OR just put a link to the video. I feel she was effective in giving information, but not as effective as the first two sites.
On Avrunkin's page, I notice that the home page does not have as much information as the previous websites I visited. I did see that her audience is teachers, but I'm not sure what grades. After viewing her "how to" videos, it sounds like she teaches high school. Her "how to" videos are really long and wordy. I feel that she should make the videos more "to the point" and then give more explanations in the writing about the videos. That is just my opinion though. I kept skipping parts of her video because she was telling stories within her videos. I also noticed that her "Learn More" page is really different from the others. She lists what's on each page of her website where the others sum up their research. I'm not sure if this website is as effective as the others.