In the last months I've seen how SEO has become a day-to-day conversation in web projects. From web-standards like XHTML, to better ways to display and link content (REST style URLs, no querystrings, and so on...) But few people talk about how to organize and measure content quality to improve the Page Rank.
So I started to monitor how people find and use this blog.
Due to my current job situation I can't blog too much, however "Just Coding" still have some activity, look at the last 14 days:
929 Visits, 882 Unique Visitors and 1,203 Page Views
I thought this is because I'm linked from El Ventanal de Rosa or MSDN Spain
Also, I hope to to see that some of my little contributions to .Net development like the trx2html tool, or the FileRollerTraceListener , or maybe some of my presentation related materials, are useful to someone.
However the results are incredible, see the stats:[ http://www.w3counter.com/stats/popular_pages/2505/20/0 ]
The most viewed page with more than 55% page views is Just Coding : Mount ISO Files in VISTA !!! Note that this page is just an aggregated kind of post with no "original content", and have had no changed since 27Oct2006.
This is a development blog, I'm not an expert on ISO neither the VISTA OS, and I've never wrote anything related to ISO formats, so why this page has some many visits?
We have to look at the sources (or which web sites redirect users to here) http://www.w3counter.com/stats/referrers/2505/top/20/0
Wow !! more that the 76% percent comes from Google !!, and do you know with which search keywords?
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and I thought because I wrote that post just after VISTA RTM, maybe I had been one of the first entries to get indexed. But we know this is a bad result for that search keywords, because my blog and that page are not relevant about this areas.
I could delete that page from the index, also destroy it from my blog, however this URL maintains my blog active, so I'll keep it there...