NOTE: I'll be putting notes from my panel appearance at, and other stuff about, the Northern Voice blogging conference onto a page you can find at penmachine.com/voice. Right now that URL links to an older post of mine, but I will update it after the conference itself.
Okay, it's official. I don't know if this makes me a quote-unquote "expert," but at the Northern Voice weblog conference on February 19, 2005, I'm part of the official schedule on a panel about building site traffic.
Here are some of my writings-ramblings-rantings about site promotion and stuff, in no particular order:
- My Northern Voice speaker submission
- Making an Editor's Website Work
- Boosting Your Search Engine Ranking: It's No Trick
- Robert Scoble's Corporate Weblog Manifesto, XHTML 1.0 Strict version
- What is a Website For?
- Building a Standards-Compliant Website at a Small Company
- Search, Articles, and Usefulness
- Traditional Media Still Significantly Influence Site Traffic (but then again, online sources can be pretty powerful too)
- 1000 Days of Visitors to Penmachine.com
- Site Visitors Are Foragers
- Sites With Personality
- The Tale of the Aerolatte battery-powered milk foamer
- Search Results That Lead Here But Shouldn't
- Links for my talks about websites to students at Simon Fraser University and Douglas College
- Is It Worth Optimizing Your Site for Search Engines?
- Writing for the Machine
- How to Submit Your Site to Search Engines