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On this issue, I have to admitt I never used any cloaking script else from experiments on test sites that I play with.
I kind of agree with Mikkel Demib Svendsen:
Mikkel presented the opinion that search engines should focus their efforts on detecting and eliminating spam, regardless of the methods used to deliver it.
I is not what you use, it is how you use it.
I was kind of tempted to offer the cloaking solution for a huge JSP/JS links site. Someday, I will purchase one of those scripts that offer a good update program.
But I will always resist the temptation to SPAM with it.
The focus must be on tracking down the spammers, banning their sites and possibly the hosts which serve them as well as their authors!~
Thank you. :) I can't begin to tell you how difficult the whole "objective journalist" thing really is. When Chris asked me to cover a couple of sessions, It sounded like a fairly easy task. When I actually sat down to do it, I learned how much different that type of writing really is.
A reporter, I am not. My hat's off to those who do it regularly.
>>I would like to have heard exactly what was said at the conference.
There really wasn't anything that hasn't been covered at length here. What was interesting, was who was attending the cloaking discussions. Some pretty high-profile names were printed on many of the badges. (No, I'm not going to give names)
It appeared, based on the types of questions, and who was asking them that despite all the search engine chest pounding, personalized content delivery fo45 search engines is gaining popularity.