Bobby - 12:55 am on Feb 10, 2008 (gmt 0) jtbell
Smark - The "<!--googleon: all-->" and "<!--googleoff: all-->" tags are excellent, and something I had no idea existed, thanks.
jtbell- I've already implemented a bit of "image substitution" but if someone increases or decreases the font size in their browser then it sticks out like a sore thumb.
bwnbwn - keyword stuffing and similar penalty invoking techniques could be detrimental to the site's overall health, I prefer to simply take a few steps backwards while keeping the site clean.
glengara - losing anchor text is fine if you have control over external sites, though I'm sure it has value for internal links too. In this situation the internal anchor text does not apply.
Beachboy - changing headline text might be too obvious, but I have considered getting rid of <h1> tags.
JS_Harris - the idea of micro managing page rank is intriguing, the question is whether it really will knock the site down in the SERPs?
Lorel - how would you overoptimize?
internetheaven - just the opposite, I want my competitors to gain the upper hand (for now).
I DO have access to the content and can upload whatever I want, but I do not wish to engage in any tricks (links from adult sites etc.).
What I want is to simply find a way to slowly sink a bit, not like the Titanic mind you!
Bewenched - I do have a Google account and webmaster tools, I'll have to look into the sitemap deal and see if that can affect the site.