My last goal was to make my website the
top search result when you searched for 'Shiner Lyon' (at least
on Google - that's all that counts right?). I have successfully
overtaken the Kansas and Kentucky Wildlife Commissions and a
discussion forum about fishing bait to achieve the top position. At
least for now.
My new goal is to make my website the top search result when you
search for 'Josh Lyon' - afterall, this website is pretty much
dedicated to my thoughts, my photos, my technical discoveries, etc.
Hopefully google will re-index my site and will pickup on the new
changes I'll be making over the coming days.
I would mention the names of the websites
I'm below, but for now I don't want to give them any type of
advantage. I'm talking to you Mr. Leet Speak and Mr. Horserider.
Maybe I could put some more pictures of myself up and appropriately
label them. If you have any ideas how to make my site more
oriented towards me in content (like the use of my name in text,
descriptors, etc.) please leave a comment.
I've uploaded my Europe pictures to my photo gallery. I had a ton of pictures (somewhere between 300-400) and decided not to upload all of them. I probably uploaded about half of them though so you'll want to either pick and choose based on thumbnails or have a good amount of time to look at them.
I just wanted to let everyone know that my next goal is to make some pictures or information about my dog the top link on Google when you search for "Shiner Lyon". Laura seemed to think it was ridiculous that I was doing some search engine optimization on my photo gallery tonight primarily for that reason, but I think it's fun. Hopefully she (Shiner) will the top result shortly. As a side effect of getting Shiner promoted, I've fixed some of the issues with my com_search component and an issue it had with OpenSEF. If anyone is interested in the apache htaccess hack, let me know via a comment and I can post some information on it.
It's the Friday before Christmas and I'm
excited I dont have to work until after the New Year. I've had a
lot to do at work - some fun projects and some not so fun. The good
thing is I'm working on a big range of different things from
building a community site (like Facebook or MySpace) for the
company to creating forecasting and manufacturing planning systems.
I haven't posted my pictures from Europe yet, so I really need to
do that. In fact, I need to sort through them and choose which ones
I want to print out.