There’s another SEO competition, this time it’s the Canadian SEO Championship and Richard Eriksson of MovableBlog is trying to win. As was the case with Anil Dash’s effort in the contest last month, Richard doesn’t have a lot of SEO mumbo-jumbo going on, just a regular post on a regular page with good, relevent content. So: Xoduszero = MovableBlog.
Archives for July 2004
Does anyone know of a company that provides decent hosted search services? I have been using Atomz for some time and it works pretty well, but now that I keep posts on their own pages, I hit their page limits pretty quickly (I have over 2000 pages here at the moment). I guess I could use the baked-in search within MT as well – if you’ve had any experience with that I would appreciate any advice as well.
So I’m pretty much done with the redesign here, which you may notice also included several other changes. I have gotten rid of the popup windows for commenting, and in their place, each post is on its own full-chrome page with comments and trackbacks, if there are any, integrated on that page. I have also finally made it possible to browse by category and changed the weekly archives that I’ve always had to monthly archives. Unfortunately, old archives are now broken though I may fix them (using .mtaccess redirects) if I find the time. As well, this whole thing is now running on Movable Type 3.01D.
at YULBlog. Patrick has some ideas of his own and wants input from the group as well. He writes, “aucune, toutes, quelques une ou des idées complètement autres pourraient être mises en place, j’aimerais avoir votre opinion sur celles-ci et vos propres idées si idées il y a.” Loosely translated, that means, “none, all, some, or completely different ideas could be put in place. I’d like your opinion on these ideas and your own, if you have any.”