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Friday, March 14, 2003

 
Sorry for the delay in updating, but I've been wandering around the countryside in the last week or so - up to Glasgow, down to Worthing, and then up to the East Riding of Yorkshire teaching librarians how to write and design web pages. However, I'm now back for a bit, so normal blogging service should shortly resume.

This one amused me: http://www.searchengineguide.com/whalen/2003/0313_jw1.html since it's talking about using keywords in hypertext links to increase your ranking with search engines. Everything Jill says makes sense, and it's a useful article to read, but she's acting as though this is something new and exciting - I wrote about it in my book 'Getting and staying noticed' which was published last year, and I've been advising people to use good keywords in linking text for about a year now.

This site http://www.searchengineguide.com/ is another of the 'this looks like a good site to check out when I've got a few minutes' places.