On Mon, Oct 19, 2009 at 22:44, Jenna Fox <bluebe...@creativepony.com> wrote:
> Yeah, and besides, camping is not a business, it is an open source project
> of much niftiness. We do not need SEO, it does in fact not especially effect
> us how many people use our framework, except that we have this wonderful
> tight knit little community at the moment which would be utterly obliterated
> by fame. See rubyonrails for details about why fame sucks.
> On 20/10/2009, at 7:18 AM, Aria Stewart wrote:
>> On Oct 19, 2009, at 6:27 AM, Dave Everitt wrote:
>>> nice idea with the .ru = Ruby, although still doubtful that 'why' and
>>> 'went' are good for SEO (BTW you did mean 'camping', not 'caping' didn't you
>>> I reckon: 2 domains, one obviously SEO-optimised (containing 'ruby,
>>> camping, framework'), forwarding to another memorable one we all like from
>>> the existing list (unless there's a genius new suggestion).
>> Or better, get good search engine results without gaming the system, and
>> just get people to link to it -- go talk it up, blog it up, and write some
>> awesome stuff and post it! I'll certainly be linking to it from my blog.
>> Aria Stewart
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