__/ [ Darren Tipton ] on Tuesday 09 May 2006 17:55 \__
> On Mon, 08 May 2006 18:11:16 +0100, Roy Schestowitz
> <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote on the topic of "Re: Dance?":
>>Yes, I noticed that some features had broken on some occasions. Still, it
>>makes an excellent tool for those who compare selves to other sites and
>>assess their position by entering sites one by one and 'investigating'. I
>>am not among these people, but those in commerce would find it valuable.
>>It just needs that 'buzz'.
> OK, think I've managed to fix it now...(was bored at lunchtime)
> What kind of 'buzz' would you be talking about? Easy to add?
Those who retain SEO directories or lists of SEO utilities (this does not
include myself unfortunately) could add a link if you contact them. I only
found out about your tool since you introduced it to this newsgroups. If
it was ever to become as heavily used as MCDar (which evolved along with
increased demand), you'd be looking at millions of hits per month (and
some very busy servers).
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