The Web Design Survey, 2007

by ALA Staff

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  1. The suspense is killing me. Are you guys EVER going to post the results?

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  2. Come on guys, it’s been a month since the last promise, we’re dying of curiosity here!

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  3. Seriously, its been quite some time. Is there any progress?

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  4. Did something go wrong?

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  5. I too cannot wait!

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  6. Is everything ok?  Need help?  I’m really curious about the results and hoping that they aren’t too out of date when we see them.

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  7. The data will be becoming redundant soon it seems. I sure hope this wasn’t a data mining exercise.

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  8. Just seen Zeldman has announced they will be publishing the results today! Hooray for my sense of timing… :/

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  9. This message has been appeared.
    The web design survey is now closed.
    What’s next???

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  10. I like it

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  11. Noticed a typo on question 24. $10,000-$19,9999 has an extra 9. Thanks Don.

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  12. Matt Cutts from Google has included in his blogs that he intends to penalise websites that are “˜over optimised’ on back links, directory listings and inappropriate article submissions. I have kept my ears close to the ground on this issue and lately I have been reading a few horrific stories of the outcome. I don’t want to alarm or scaremonger but you will need to go out and find the facts for yourself and consider how it could impact on you if you are a website owner.

    The uncertainty at the moment is felt by all — whether web owners have participated in Good organic link building or even SEO Companies who have built up good portfolio’s and used proper “˜White Hat’ methods, nobody knows the outcome of the Google Algorithms. If you have access to Google analytics for your website all you can do is monitor the trends, the sad thing here is that there is no “˜system restore’ and if you have built up a number of poorly placed back links you will find it near impossible to have these removed. You Could ask your SEO specialist why your hits have dropped and ask what are they going to do about it.

    I know a few who are just sitting back and praying!

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