Ubuntu and spamming Google

Lee Colleton lee at colleton.net
Tue Jan 10 11:14:58 UTC 2006

If you have a Visit google.com/support and check out the Webmaster Basics
section for tips on how to make your sites easy to search.  Succinctly:
Sites that are easy for humans to read and navigate are easy for Google to

There's nothing wrong with letting searchers know about the best darn linux
desktop out there.  Go Ubuntu!

On 1/9/06, Corey Burger <corey.burger at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I didn't get the impression that Corey wanted to do anything
> > underhanded. All he said was "So go out there and blog about your
> > favourite linux desktop." Nothing wrong with that. He's just trying to
> > get more people to talk about Ubuntu on their blogs. This will naturally
> > increase its relevance to Google in a nice, normal, honest way. It's
> > called word of mouth, and it's the good kind of marketing ;-).
> >
> > Nathan
> Yes, that is exactly what I was going to say. Thanks Nathan, for
> saving me from my 1am postings...
> Cheers,
> Corey
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Lee Colleton <lee at colleton.net>
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