On Wed, Jun 29, 2011 at 9:18 PM, Velimir Iveljic
> On Wed, Jun 29, 2011 at 6:59 PM, Philip Hands <firstname.lastname@example.org
>> On Wed, 29 Jun 2011 15:29:14 +0200, Adnan Hodzic <email@example.com
>>> The way I thought about this ad was, to have list of cities where it
>>> was held so far, then couple of keywords, linux? open source? debian?
>>> google? and then date when DebConf wil be held and where.
>> Only a suggestion from someone who knows little about advertising, but ...
>> How about we rearrange the content on the http://debconf.org/
>> that DebianDay is first and most prominent, with the date and location
>> emphasised, and then make sure that that if only one thing from the Ad
>> make any impact, it's that URL, or at least the phrase "Debian Conference"
>> Anyone that is really interested in debconf proper should manage to read
>> past the blurb about DebianDay.
>> I note that debconf.org
is first google hit for "debconf", "deb conf",
>> and "debian conf", "debian conference" etc., so it's quite likely to be
>> where any hits this Ad generates will end up, even if people don't
>> remember the URL.
>> If they first try 'debian' without the 'conf', they'll get to
, which, if they see the link, will then take them to
, which if we're going to be newbie friendly should
>> probably also have a DebianDay link top & centre (rather than hidden on
>> the left).
>> Cheers, Phil.
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