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Check out the New Orleans Webmasterworld conference presentations from the We Build Pages staff
- Try using images for you “buy words” to make your site more informational
- Links from lots of IP ranges is a good thing
- Google engineers are people too
- People actually read my site
- Content spam is going to be a bigger problem
- Yahoo and Google have released A LOT of products in the last year
- Social community software and AI are the future
- Bourbon street doesn’t smell very nice
- Public speaking can’t kill you
- Micro-sites work well in some cases – hedge your bets
- SEO’s are becoming more like ad executives by the day
- You can do some funny things to prevent yourself from being competitively researched like cloaking cheesy midi for your competitors when they visit
- It’s good to log unnatural traffic
- It’s probably not a good idea to have your correct whois information on ALL sites
- Even the best of spammers can’t turn down a nice cushy corporate job.
- Pay attention to television and Wall Street for good SEO ideas
- It’s fun to meet clients face to face
- It’s fun to meet other folks you’ve done business with face to face
- If you see werty with a camera – smack him
- Spamming will get harder, SEO will get easier – Personalization will assimilate us all.
- Dean is DEFINITELY a binary creation.
If you saw Jim or I in New Orleans, be sure to drop me a line if you wanted to do some business.
An overall recap of Webmasterworld New Orleans by Barry Schwartz.