I am Microsoftie 4 ever (18+ years) working in Windows Services and Content team in the UK, my blog is mainly focused on the Windows family of products and trying to provide help pointers and resources for customers on our products.
Just taken the Internet Geek Survey and although I answered 12 yeses for the 16 questions I was given the rating that…
“Unfortunately you have failed to reach the lofty heights of geekdom but a valiant effort nevertheless. You are obviously familiar with some online applications and can probably be found glued to Live Messenger, buried under a flurry of e-mails or writing intellectually sound blog-posts.”
I am not sure of the writing intellectually sound blog posts here though.
Wasn’t sure how to answer question 10!
So last week I posted hyperlinks to 4 more articles following our original test the prior week, in an effort to get all on Windows Help and how-to content indexed on the 3 major search engines. Again as expected we have seen an increase in articles that are now indexed:
The digital gardener: Using your computer to plan, organize, and keep track of your vegetable garden
Kids online: A parents guide to monitoring computer use
Room to grow: Get more space by using external hard disk drives
Set up a dual-boot system
in a while I will look at the web stats to see what this has meant from a traffic increase and understand that impact.