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Some of you may not know who Jim is but there would likely be no webmasterworld were it not for him. I joined Brett's link farm back in 2000 by reading his tips in Jims search engine forums.
At the very least, it would be a different SEO world without Jim's influence. He willed be missed.
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It is 'Helpware.'
Each week you must help one person on the web who has less knowledge than you. Pick a forum posting or an email each week and help that person even if you have to visit their site to find the best answer or do a little research and get back to them. Trust me, this will make you feel better, and will help a lot of people get their sites running better.
OK, you're on your honor.
Thank you, Jim!
I too began at SEW back in the days. Almost all of the veterans in this industry started with SEW and migrated to other communities as the industry matured. SEW was the pioneer in establishing a well respected community of web masters and marketers.
I've always followed Jim's Helpware philosphy. Heck, I even proudly displayed the Helpware Site icon for a couple of years on my personal properties.
RIP Jim Wilson. :(
I too will throw my hat into that very large ring -- I had never posted at any forum until I "found" SEF, and, from that point on I started seeing results from my struggling web efforts. Thanks Jim.
The great majority of us hope to go through life and maybe leave the world a little bit better; the extraordinary among us manage to touch a multitude of lives. Put Jim Wilson in that latter category. So thanks Jim -- the WWW is a better place because of you, and a little poorer with you gone. Your great spirit will be deeply missed...