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Would it help me with search engines to publish these highly rich, content targeted relevant text? Additionally of course all content is pristine and original, never been online.
If these were originally emails, I'd advise checking that there's no inappropriate or confidential stuff, other than that, just a bit of context would help, plus a neat navigation system.
Additionally, how do I get some replies in the gray boxes like you guys did above?
Use the quote tag. I am going to misspell the word quote as qote in this example so you can see the tag.
[qote]words you want in gray box[/qote]
[edited by: StoutFiles at 3:53 am (utc) on June 9, 2008]
IANAL, and as I understand it it's a grey area, but you are not entitled to reproduce those emails without permission.
I try always to ask to quote more than the tiniest bland fragment, and occasionally (when not given permission) I have to rewrite to get the point across but without the original words/details/fingerprints.
However, what you could do is take your replies to the queries and rewrite them carefully, making all of the data anonymous. That could give you the raw material of a fairly extensive FAQ. There will almost certainly be a lot of duplication, so you'll need to pare it down and edit it. You will also find that some of the questions are too specific for you to use.
You'll need to either ignore the email that prompted your response, or simply paraphrase a specific enquiry to a more genral one that goes well with the answer.
The big issue is always confidentiality; I'd advise never to use people's real names without specific consent.
You'd be most unwise to simply auto process all this stuff and shove it on your site; as well as the copyright and privacy concerns, there's a 'good taste' issue, relevance, and the little worry that visitors to your site will get very confused and leave.
You seem to be thinking much more about robots than human beings, and that - usually - does not make a successful site.
Actually I have good placement and content already.
Maybe I should concentrate on conversion ratio instead?
I'm already #1 on Yahoo and #3 on Google. With a multitude of other related terms also...
I think that maybe a website redesign and a better system to book customers would be a better time investment.
However, things are getting slowly better, I am somehow booking some jobs. It will take time I guess.
[edited by: engine at 8:27 am (utc) on June 11, 2008]
[edit reason] No specifics, thanks [/edit]