Dixon is a top notch WebmasterWorld person.
glad of you to join us.
what took ya so long
Thanks for the welcome.
Brett kept me hanging on for a while... (until I paid for Pubcon 6.5 probably!)
Glad to be here guys. Especially in this forum. It may be a little quiter than some now, but it is certainly going to be an interesting forum over the coming months. drop me a sticky if anyone feels I can help people get more from this forum.
Very good choice - whos gonna be a busy boi soon...
Hey Congrats Dixon!
Glad to have you on board, Dixon!
Good on you Dixon :)
Ooooo! The Microsoft Search forum! Great to have this one moderated, it's going to be a lot of fun. Receptional is cool.
The forum for the engine that doesn't exist, now has a moderator ;)
Nice choice. Though I'm not sure to expect much steak to follow the current sizzle...if/when MSN Search does get going, it'll definitely be the biggest bang in the search space.
Any ideas on the algos they'll use, with so many field medals winners on their team already?
|Any ideas on the algos they'll use |
Congrats and thanks for helping out receptional.
Post of the Day!
Welcome aboard, Dixon!
Dixon, congrats! I'm sure you'll do a great job!
Congrats Receptional :) All the best!
i think this is going to get busy here in the next few months, good luck!
Well done Dixon.
I'll do my best to keep you on your moderating toes (only joking).
Good News Dixon,
so now you can tell your story about the first time you took a ride in the HULK!
It sorted my hangover out straightaway.
Congratulations Dixon, and I'm glad there will be new life to this forum. To get things started, can anybody shed some light on what it REALLY takes to rank on MSN? The common response is their traffic is not worth optimizing for or their SERPS are a duplicate of Yahoo's, both of which I disagree with. After reviewing many different keyword searches, the results are drastically different than what Yahoo shows. So, iks anyone willing to drop some knowledge on this specific topic? Thanks!
Hmm - I have taken that thought into a new thread at [webmasterworld.com...]
Nice to have you on board to shed some light on the toil and trouble out of Redmond.
Sorry for being so late in congratulating you Dixon. ;)
Good luck with your new "appointment"
Congratulations Dixon! (I'm late too)
What a Slacker! Get to work, and delete all of these "me too" posts! ;-)
Contrats on the position, we are all looking forward to the launch of Microsoft's new SE, and we will be looking for you to help us discuss, and learn about it!