RMorg - 2:17 pm on Aug 3, 2004 (gmt 0) Indeed: since we have an acceptable PR5 it is fun to now learn and optimise bit for bit to have again PR6. I hope you have a good time when being busy and I'm always glad when you answer - no matter how "late". PS:
Thank you for this.
Yes, I agree that our type of cloaking for languages is not harming - and I'm confident of that. It is most probably a SPAM matter. I explaines this on an other thread but it was not accepted - I think because it was too specific.
Anyway: Yes, I shortened the meta's including alt tags (I would prefer it without alt text but I have heard that they should be there and explain ...) as much as possible but yet only for a few types of pages because I will have first to put every type (many!) of page into an Excel to state which goal on SE-words we should plan. And I focussed the huge amount of model pages to have much more variable content, what we have already realised.
By the way I could show you even now pages that recommend to fill up more than 500 characters into "key words" run by professional SEOs (not in the USA). They still do sabotage to their clients and think they do their best ... ;-)
I'm quite happy having learnt something by the forums but it takes much time to change such a huge dynamic site.
If my site would have to make money or to boost up a trade I would naturally hire a professional again, now knowing better who is and who is not. I also think because ours is a non profit page and a quite unusual one to study results (which I could display here) in an open manner it would have been nice that we could get open discussions on the object - but I understand other politics here, knowing I'm a guest in a house with certain rules which in principle is always good.
Indeed: since we have an acceptable PR5 it is fun to now learn and optimise bit for bit to have again PR6.
I hope you have a good time when being busy and I'm always glad when you answer - no matter how "late".