Where is Everybody? Is the Walther that boring reliable or is everybody still arguing over the S&M v Fackler on other boards at nine pages long.
The answer is meta tags IIRC. Those are keywords imbedded in a page that make it pop up to the top of the list. Need to look at what words the sites that come up first on a search are using and add those to the homepage of the forum.[b said:Quote[/b] (venom600 @ Sep. 10 2002,2:34)]I just did a search over on Google for 'walther forum' and this place didn't come up in the first page. I'm not quite sure how to remedy that, (I'll be looking into it) but I bet that would generate some more traffic over here.
I think part of the problem may be that only a handful of us even know this forum exists.
Google doesn't work that way.[b said:Quote[/b] ]The answer is meta tags IIRC
Have we approached either of them about linking to the board? I think there would be huge ROI in it for them if they used the darn thing. Even if they linked to it as an 'unofficial' Walther forum that may be frequented by Walther or S&W personnel from time to time.[b said:Quote[/b] ]This is, no doubt, one of the reasons why Walther and Smith, as the manufactuer and importer, don't bother investing the corporate resources to do it themselves... there's no ROI in it for them.