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Old 04-21-2010, 01:10 AM
Garland Binns
 
Default Keyword Optimization on FP / Self-Introduction: Garland Binns

Hi Everyone,*
My name is Garland.*I've been looking through fedoraproject.org and I noticed that there isn't a ton of keyword optimization. There definitely appears to be a lot of potential for increasing our rank and penetration within the search engines, hence, bringing us more relevant traffic and potential users/contributors. For example, the core pages that appear in the top left of the home page (Home, Get Fedora, Join Fedora, Help) all have the same title tag and no meta description - they also don't appear to be well-optimized for any keywords other than the phrase Fedora Project. By changing this not only could we increase exposure by inserting additional highly sought after keywords, this would also give us the opportunity for these main pages to appear independently on the same page of search results, giving us more page share leaving less room for other results that could be siphoning potential visitors.


Just the word "linux" alone, has many variants that are currently generating hundreds of thousands of searches each month. With a little work we could start taking advantage of this:

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/1673758/linux_keyword_ideas_20100420_1535408.csv
Here is another spreadsheet which also has many variants:

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/1673758/linux_distro_keyword_ideas_20100420_1739862.csv
Just the term "linux iso" is used approximately 200,000 times in searches worldwide each month. These are people that already know how to create discs to distribute. We are nowhere to be found on any of the search engines because none of our pages are optimized for this term.*


Wouldn't it be a good thing if people were able to see a link to Get Fedora when they were searching for a linux iso?
I would love to collaborate and join the Marketing Team to come up with a plan for taking advantage of these opportunities.


With that said, here's my Mad Lib:
Hi, my name is Garland Binns and I live in Chicago, IL. My Fedora Account System (FAS) username is gbinns, and my IRC nick is gbinns.


I learned about the Fedora Marketing team through the Websites Team, and am interested in joining because I'm a full time Internet marketing professional, web developer, and project manager.


This is the first FOSS project I have worked on, however,*I've administered and implemented many different marketing projects and programs in the past in other arenas, specifically related to email, SEO, SEM, SMM. and the Internet.


My skills, which I hope to utilize in Fedora Marketing, include:
(Marketing Skills) - Email/SEO/SEM/SMM(Other Skills) - Project Management/Web Design/Web Development

I'd also like to learn more about Linux-based programming languages.When I'm not working on Fedora, I am working full-time at Media Rake, Inc., which is a company that helps businesses grow online.


A couple of goals I have for the Fedora Project are expanding its reach to convert people to Fedora like myself, who have frequently relied on Windows and OSX in the past when it comes to computing, and seeing Fedora become the number one distro on the Internet.


I am wondering if I can join the Marketing Team.
Please help me get started!
Sincerely,Garland
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Phone: (646) 867-2335 | Fax: (877) 329-3410 | Web: www.mediarake.com
LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/garlandbinns
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Old 04-21-2010, 02:26 AM
Robyn Bergeron
 
Default Keyword Optimization on FP / Self-Introduction: Garland Binns

Garland! I'm delighted you're here - we would -love- some help /
brainpower on keyword optimization.

You're here at a great time - we're getting ready to ship out F13 in
less than a month, at which point we'll be launching directly into F14
planning and new ideas - and optimization is definitely something we
want to focus on.

I have a longer mail coming after $lifestuff is wrapped up for the day
- but I wanted to say welcome, and we're really glad you want to
contribute!

Cheers,

-robyn

On 4/20/10, Garland Binns <gbinns@mediarake.com> wrote:
> Hi Everyone,
>
> My name is Garland. I've been looking through fedoraproject.org and I
> noticed that there isn't a ton of keyword optimization. There definitely
> appears to be a lot of potential for increasing our rank and penetration
> within the search engines, hence, bringing us more relevant traffic and
> potential users/contributors. For example, the core pages that appear in the
> top left of the home page (Home, Get Fedora, Join Fedora, Help) all have the
> same title tag and no meta description - they also don't appear to be
> well-optimized for any keywords other than the phrase Fedora Project. By
> changing this not only could we increase exposure by inserting additional
> highly sought after keywords, this would also give us the opportunity for
> these main pages to appear independently on the same page of search results,
> giving us more page share leaving less room for other results that could be
> siphoning potential visitors.
>
> Just the word "linux" alone, has many variants that are currently generating
> hundreds of thousands of searches each month. With a little work we could
> start taking advantage of this:
> http://dl.dropbox.com/u/1673758/linux_keyword_ideas_20100420_1535408.csv
>
> Here is another spreadsheet which also has many variants:
> http://dl.dropbox.com/u/1673758/linux_distro_keyword_ideas_20100420_1739862.csv
>
> Just the term "linux iso" is used approximately 200,000 times in searches
> worldwide each month. These are people that already know how to create discs
> to distribute. We are nowhere to be found on any of the search engines
> because none of our pages are optimized for this term.
>
> Wouldn't it be a good thing if people were able to see a link to Get Fedora
> when they were searching for a linux iso?
>
> I would love to collaborate and join the Marketing Team to come up with a
> plan for taking advantage of these opportunities.
>
> With that said, here's my Mad Lib:
>
> Hi, my name is Garland Binns and I live in Chicago, IL. My Fedora Account
> System (FAS) username is gbinns, and my IRC nick is gbinns.
>
> I learned about the Fedora Marketing team through the Websites Team, and am
> interested in joining because I'm a full time Internet marketing
> professional, web developer, and project manager.
>
> This is the first FOSS project I have worked on, however, I've administered
> and implemented many different marketing projects and programs in the past
> in other arenas, specifically related to email, SEO, SEM, SMM. and the
> Internet.
>
> My skills, which I hope to utilize in Fedora Marketing, include:
>
> (Marketing Skills) - Email/SEO/SEM/SMM
> (Other Skills) - Project Management/Web Design/Web Development
> I'd also like to learn more about Linux-based programming languages.
> When I'm not working on Fedora, I am working full-time at Media Rake, Inc.,
> which is a company that helps businesses grow online.
>
> A couple of goals I have for the Fedora Project are expanding its reach to
> convert people to Fedora like myself, who have frequently relied on Windows
> and OSX in the past when it comes to computing, and seeing Fedora become the
> number one distro on the Internet.
>
> I am wondering if I can join the Marketing Team.
>
> Please help me get started!
>
> Sincerely,
> Garland
>
> --
> Garland Binns: Media Rake, Inc. - Digital Landscape Architects
> Phone: (646) 867-2335 | Fax: (877) 329-3410 | Web: www.mediarake.com
> LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/garlandbinns
> Twitter: www.twitter.com/garlandbinns
>
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Old 04-21-2010, 04:54 AM
Robyn Bergeron
 
Default Keyword Optimization on FP / Self-Introduction: Garland Binns

On Tue, Apr 20, 2010 at 6:10 PM, Garland Binns <gbinns@mediarake.com> wrote:
> Hi Everyone,
> My name is Garland.*I've been looking through fedoraproject.org and I
> noticed that there isn't a ton of keyword optimization. There definitely
> appears to be a lot of potential for increasing our rank and penetration
> within the search engines, hence, bringing us more relevant traffic and
> potential users/contributors. For example, the core pages that appear in the
> top left of the home page (Home, Get Fedora, Join Fedora, Help) all have the
> same title tag and no meta description - they also don't appear to be
> well-optimized for any keywords other than the phrase Fedora Project. By
> changing this not only could we increase exposure by inserting additional
> highly sought after keywords, this would also give us the opportunity for
> these main pages to appear independently on the same page of search results,
> giving us more page share leaving less room for other results that could be
> siphoning potential visitors.
> Just the word "linux" alone, has many variants that are currently generating
> hundreds of thousands of searches each month. With a little work we could
> start taking advantage of this:
> http://dl.dropbox.com/u/1673758/linux_keyword_ideas_20100420_1535408.csv
> Here is another spreadsheet which also has many variants:
> http://dl.dropbox.com/u/1673758/linux_distro_keyword_ideas_20100420_1739862.csv
> Just the term "linux iso" is used approximately 200,000 times in searches
> worldwide each month. These are people that already know how to create discs
> to distribute. We are nowhere to be found on any of the search engines
> because none of our pages are optimized for this term.
> Wouldn't it be a good thing if people were able to see a link to Get Fedora
> when they were searching for a linux iso?
> I would love to collaborate and join the Marketing Team to come up with a
> plan for taking advantage of these opportunities.

Garland,

I created a quick wiki page at
https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Keyword_optimization --

Feel free to fill it in with some of your ideas. I'd love to hear
about any ideas you have as far as how can we measure success in this
area as well - or different ways we can focus our efforts over time.

It's just a basic framework to help you get started - it would be
great to see a plan of what you'd like to do starting in F14 (or
sooner!) - and what you think you would need as far as tools (aka
information / access / whatever), so we can get you on that path. I
see you're already in sync with the Websites team - and they may be
able to help you out quite a bit.

We (Marketing) have weekly meetings on irc (read about it here:
http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Marketing_meeting) - but as you already
have figured out, some of us are on IRC quite a bit. If you have any
questions - feel free to ping people on #fedora-mktg, or on the
mailing list, of course.

It will be great to have someone who is experienced in this type of
thing on our team - I'm really looking forward to seeing what ideas
and plans for going forward you have.

Thanks for joining!!

-Robyn


> With that said, here's my Mad Lib:
> Hi, my name is Garland Binns and I live in Chicago, IL. My Fedora Account
> System (FAS) username is gbinns, and my IRC nick is gbinns.
> I learned about the Fedora Marketing team through the Websites Team, and am
> interested in joining because I'm a full time Internet marketing
> professional, web developer, and project manager.
> This is the first FOSS project I have worked on, however,*I've administered
> and implemented many different marketing projects and programs in the past
> in other arenas, specifically related to email, SEO, SEM, SMM. and the
> Internet.
> My skills, which I hope to utilize in Fedora Marketing, include:
> (Marketing Skills) - Email/SEO/SEM/SMM
> (Other Skills) - Project Management/Web Design/Web Development
> I'd also like to learn more about Linux-based programming languages.
> When I'm not working on Fedora, I am working full-time at Media Rake, Inc.,
> which is a company that helps businesses grow online.
> A couple of goals I have for the Fedora Project are expanding its reach to
> convert people to Fedora like myself, who have frequently relied on Windows
> and OSX in the past when it comes to computing, and seeing Fedora become the
> number one distro on the Internet.
> I am wondering if I can join the Marketing Team.
> Please help me get started!
> Sincerely,
> Garland
> --
> Garland Binns: Media Rake, Inc. - Digital Landscape Architects
> Phone: (646) 867-2335 | Fax: (877) 329-3410 | Web: www.mediarake.com
> LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/garlandbinns
> Twitter: www.twitter.com/garlandbinns
>
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Old 04-25-2010, 03:25 AM
Garland Binns
 
Default Keyword Optimization on FP / Self-Introduction: Garland Binns

Hey All,
I just finished preparing the Wiki page that Robyn setup for the Keyword Optimization project:https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Keyword_optimization


Please let me know your thoughts. I hope you all are having great weekends!
Sincerely,Garland


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� 3. Re: [in the news] Fedora taps Zarafa open source groupware

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---------- Forwarded message ----------
From:�Rahul Sundaram <metherid@gmail.com>
To:�marketing@lists.fedoraproject.org


Date:�Wed, 21 Apr 2010 09:49:46 +0530
Subject:�Re: In the news: Zarafa
On 04/21/2010 01:11 AM, Paul W. Frields wrote:

>

> As some others noted, I think pulling the feature is unwarranted. �At

> least part of the compelling story around Zarafa is that it's included

> because a volunteer took advantage of our open, community process to

> get a cool piece of software into the distribution. �This happens

> quite a lot, and deja-dup is another good example.

>



FYI, �I bought deja-dup into the distribution and asked the Fedora

Desktop team to include it. �The primary (and really the only) upstream

developer, Michael Terry works for Canonical. �Duplicity has supported

Amazon S3 as a backup option forever and the developer was merely

exposing that in the GUI. �There is no commercial agreement anywhere in

this equation. �We simply filled in a gap in our desktop solution.



Rahul







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From:�Robyn Bergeron <robyn.bergeron@gmail.com>
To:�For discussions about marketing and expanding the Fedora user base <marketing@lists.fedoraproject.org>


Date:�Tue, 20 Apr 2010 21:54:45 -0700
Subject:�Re: Keyword Optimization on FP / Self-Introduction: Garland Binns
On Tue, Apr 20, 2010 at 6:10 PM, Garland Binns <gbinns@mediarake.com> wrote:



> Hi Everyone,

> My name is Garland.�I've been looking through fedoraproject.org and I

> noticed that there isn't a ton of keyword optimization. There definitely

> appears to be a lot of potential for increasing our rank and penetration

> within the search engines, hence, bringing us more relevant traffic and

> potential users/contributors. For example, the core pages that appear in the

> top left of the home page (Home, Get Fedora, Join Fedora, Help) all have the

> same title tag and no meta description - they also don't appear to be

> well-optimized for any keywords other than the phrase Fedora Project. By

> changing this not only could we increase exposure by inserting additional

> highly sought after keywords, this would also give us the opportunity for

> these main pages to appear independently on the same page of search results,

> giving us more page share leaving less room for other results that could be

> siphoning potential visitors.

> Just the word "linux" alone, has many variants that are currently generating

> hundreds of thousands of searches each month. With a little work we could

> start taking advantage of this:

> http://dl.dropbox.com/u/1673758/linux_keyword_ideas_20100420_1535408.csv

> Here is another spreadsheet which also has many variants:

> http://dl.dropbox.com/u/1673758/linux_distro_keyword_ideas_20100420_1739862.csv

> Just the term "linux iso" is used approximately 200,000 times in searches

> worldwide each month. These are people that already know how to create discs

> to distribute. We are nowhere to be found on any of the search engines

> because none of our pages are optimized for this term.

> Wouldn't it be a good thing if people were able to see a link to Get Fedora

> when they were searching for a linux iso?

> I would love to collaborate and join the Marketing Team to come up with a

> plan for taking advantage of these opportunities.



Garland,



I created a quick wiki page at

https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Keyword_optimization --



Feel free to fill it in with some of your ideas. �I'd love to hear

about any ideas you have as far as how can we measure success in this

area as well - or different ways we can focus our efforts over time.



It's just a basic framework to help you get started - it would be

great to see a plan of what you'd like to do starting in F14 (or

sooner!) - and what you think you would need as far as tools (aka

information / access / whatever), so we can get you on that path. �I

see you're already in sync with the Websites team - and they may be

able to help you out quite a bit.



We (Marketing) have weekly meetings on irc (read about it here:

http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Marketing_meeting) - but as you already

have figured out, some of us are on IRC quite a bit. If you have any

questions - feel free to ping people on #fedora-mktg, or on the

mailing list, of course.



It will be great to have someone who is experienced in this type of

thing on our team - I'm really looking forward to seeing what ideas

and plans for going forward you have.



Thanks for joining!!



-Robyn





> With that said, here's my Mad Lib:

> Hi, my name is Garland Binns and I live in Chicago, IL. My Fedora Account

> System (FAS) username is gbinns, and my IRC nick is gbinns.

> I learned about the Fedora Marketing team through the Websites Team, and am

> interested in joining because I'm a full time Internet marketing

> professional, web developer, and project manager.

> This is the first FOSS project I have worked on, however,�I've administered

> and implemented many different marketing projects and programs in the past

> in other arenas, specifically related to email, SEO, SEM, SMM. and the

> Internet.

> My skills, which I hope to utilize in Fedora Marketing, include:

> (Marketing Skills) - Email/SEO/SEM/SMM

> (Other Skills) - Project Management/Web Design/Web Development

> I'd also like to learn more about Linux-based programming languages.

> When I'm not working on Fedora, I am working full-time at Media Rake, Inc.,

> which is a company that helps businesses grow online.

> A couple of goals I have for the Fedora Project are expanding its reach to

> convert people to Fedora like myself, who have frequently relied on Windows

> and OSX in the past when it comes to computing, and seeing Fedora become the

> number one distro on the Internet.

> I am wondering if I can join the Marketing Team.

> Please help me get started!

> Sincerely,

> Garland

> --

> Garland Binns: Media Rake, Inc. - Digital Landscape Architects

> Phone: (646) 867-2335 | Fax: (877) 329-3410 | Web: www.mediarake.com

> LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/garlandbinns

> Twitter: www.twitter.com/garlandbinns

>

> DISCLAIMER: This message contains confidential information and is intended

> only for the individual(s) named. If you are not the named addressee(s), you

> should not disseminate, distribute or copy this email. Please notify the

> sender immediately if you have received this email by mistake and delete

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From:�Rahul Sundaram <metherid@gmail.com>
To:�marketing@lists.fedoraproject.org


Date:�Wed, 21 Apr 2010 11:50:20 +0530
Subject:�Re: [in the news] Fedora taps Zarafa open source groupware for 13
?On 04/20/2010 07:52 PM, Paul W. Frields wrote:

>

> Looks like the journalist kindly made some edits to the story headline

> and content, based on the correction I sent in. �Thanks to the

> Marketing team members who gave the heads-up about this yesterday, so

> we could get a change in quickly!

>



I send in a note to the author in private earlier. � The more

interesting question would be, �how do we make the general press aware

of the Fedora process so that they don't equate everything that happens

in the Fedora world as a �Red Hat initiative? �How do we explain the

story behind the features instead of just the technical details as

covered in the feature list?



Rahul






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Old 04-27-2010, 12:06 PM
Mel Chua
 
Default Keyword Optimization on FP / Self-Introduction: Garland Binns

On 04/24/2010 11:25 PM, Garland Binns wrote:
> Hey All,
>
> I just finished preparing the Wiki page that Robyn setup for the Keyword
> Optimization project:
> https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Keyword_optimization

Garland,

This is awesome! We talked briefly on IRC yesterday, and we'll save some
time at today's meeting to give you the floor to talk about this and
have the rest of us figure out how we can best pitch in.

I also made some comments inline on the page itself:
https://fedoraproject.org/w/index.php?title=Keyword_optimization&diff=169268&o ldid=168808

Some things to bring up today, possibly (you'll have the floor, and can
lead the conversation in any way you want):

* The questions you've already listed on the wiki page
* Tools - what FOSS solutions exist (what's allowable under our
infrastructure policies)? You brought up http://piwik.org/, there may be
others - what data would be useful to gather?
* how others can learn about this and help out - my guess is that the
radio silence you've been noticing is a result of others here not being
as familiar with keyword optimization as you are, and waiting for your
lead, rather than lack of interest. (Or, in other words: we're eager to
learn from you!)

Thanks for getting this started!

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Old 04-28-2010, 08:36 PM
Garland Binns
 
Default Keyword Optimization on FP / Self-Introduction: Garland Binns

Hey Mel!
Thanks again for your comments on the Wiki. I'll let you know as soon as I update it with a SOP.
I'll also bring it up to speed with what we covered in yesterday's meeting!


All, if any of you missed the meeting yesterday and are interested please don't hesitate to let me know. Whether it's today or a month from now, anyone is more than welcome to participate, even if it's just asking questions or observing to learn.


Sincerely,Garland
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From:*Mel Chua <mel@redhat.com>


To:*For discussions about marketing and expanding the Fedora user base <marketing@lists.fedoraproject.org>
Date:*Tue, 27 Apr 2010 08:06:15 -0400
Subject:*Re: Keyword Optimization on FP / Self-Introduction: Garland Binns


On 04/24/2010 11:25 PM, Garland Binns wrote:


Hey All,



I just finished preparing the Wiki page that Robyn setup for the Keyword

Optimization project:

https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Keyword_optimization




Garland,



This is awesome! We talked briefly on IRC yesterday, and we'll save some time at today's meeting to give you the floor to talk about this and have the rest of us figure out how we can best pitch in.



I also made some comments inline on the page itself: https://fedoraproject.org/w/index.php?title=Keyword_optimization&diff=169268&o ldid=168808





Some things to bring up today, possibly (you'll have the floor, and can lead the conversation in any way you want):



* The questions you've already listed on the wiki page

* Tools - what FOSS solutions exist (what's allowable under our infrastructure policies)? You brought up http://piwik.org/, there may be others - what data would be useful to gather?



* how others can learn about this and help out - my guess is that the radio silence you've been noticing is a result of others here not being as familiar with keyword optimization as you are, and waiting for your lead, rather than lack of interest. (Or, in other words: we're eager to learn from you!)





Thanks for getting this started!



--Mel

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