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- Jukka K. Korpela
February 26, 2010, 5:49 am
Luciano (DOC) wrote:
Au contraire. Not addressing rational arguments is just what can be
expected. Evangelists preach, they don't explain, still less discuss
There are two ways to discuss rationally your claim that throwing keywords
into query parts will boost search engine ranking: empirical studies,
conducted objectively over sufficient amount of cases and time; and
reasoning based on what we can rationally expect search engines to do. You
- Hans-Georg Michna
February 26, 2010, 4:13 pm
One thing hasn't been mentioned yet, namely that SEO is a form
of fraud. The least one could call it is cheating, or trying to
jump the line at the cost of others. Maybe that's one of the
cultural losses of our time---doing everything for money, no
matter whether it is honorable or at least prestigious, or mere
I pity the people who try to earn a living based solely on
fraud. What lowlife creatures! I'm glad I'll probably never have
to sink so low. (:-)
Good point till you got to boasting about how good you were. Be
especially careful from now on, folk imbued with a sense of their
own goodness often fall into the vilest depravity. Let me make a
suggestion: since you have given evidence of the probability of
your future, get a release valve to stop the course of the
downfall causing suffering to others. Do things that are merely
morally depraved and fun.
- Jonathan N. Little
February 25, 2010, 12:52 pm
Jukka K. Korpela wrote:
I whole-heatedly agree with you. I am so tired of this time where
"believe" trumps careful analytical thought that now permeates life in
all areas and not just this topic of SEO.
"Believe" means no need for facts to support your position!
LITTLE WORKS STUDIO
Wed, 24 Feb 2010 10:08:40 +0100 from Luciano (DOC)
"Bye" is not exactly the way yo encourage us to answer -- it sounds
like you're leaving and won't be back.
There is no contest: the second one is not even valid HTML.
The first one may be suboptimal. If you're doing something like
<h1><a name="abc"> ... </a></h1>
then you should replace it with
<h1 id="abc"> ... </h1>
Stan Brown, Oak Road Systems, Tompkins County, New York, USA
HTML 4.01 spec: http://www.w3.org/TR/html401 /
validator: http://validator.w3.org /
CSS 2.1 spec: http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS21 /
validator: http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator /
Why We Won't Help You:
Oops, well, I'm not a downunderer but an upoverer, though I do like
beer and sheep.
Somehow that seems so commonplace, not exotic at all. I'd rather it be
"Uga-uga gone mishugina," or something with a little pizzazz to it.
Html's boring enough that one's greetings hereupon could at least
lighten the load of ennui that creeps into our very souls during the
reading of many of these posts.
- Thomas 'PointedEars' Lahn
February 26, 2010, 7:38 am
That's probably the worst English transcription of "до свидания!"
would transcribe for a native English speaker as "dusvee'dunya" [perhaps
dɐsvʲɪ'danʲə in IPA]) I have ever read. Or did you mean something else?
not, that would be too formal by comparison ("good bye" instead of "bye";
consider "пока!" ["pa'kuh"; perhaps pɐ'kə in IPA] instead). But I am
Besides, countries have little to do with the language spoken by the people
living in it.