search words for LAUD websites [wasRe: [Consortium] linux audio base
djcj linux-sound apps and midi page etc...]
pshirkey at boosthardware.com
Tue Feb 3 04:34:34 EST 2004
Chris Cannam wrote:
> On Monday 02 Feb 2004 2:02 am, Marek Peteraj wrote:
>>You can't have a better promotion than having a domain name with
>>exactly that name - Linux Audio.
> Well, you see, I'm not so convinced that it is such an obvious name as
> you think.
> I think the apparent obviousness of it is a projection of the fact
> that as developers or engineers we mostly seem to think of what we do
> as "audio". I'm not so sure that "audio" is going to be the obvious
> defining word to any user who is not an audio engineer by trade.
This is an important point. Over the past few years I have found the
words that are most used in searches for the lau-guide are music and
sound. Audio is up there though.
Eg. for January:
Top 20 of 1545 Total Search Strings # Hits Search String
1 149 6.02% linux audio
2 73 2.95% ardour
3 37 1.49% vst linux
4 25 1.01% linux sound howto
5 21 0.85% alsa howto
6 21 0.85% ardour tutorial
7 20 0.81% timidity linux
8 18 0.73% linux vst
9 17 0.69% timidity howto
10 15 0.61% timidity
11 14 0.57% linux sound faq
12 14 0.57% terminatorx linux
13 14 0.57% timidity.cfg
14 13 0.53% ardour howto
15 13 0.53% linux audio howto
16 13 0.53% linux sound
17 12 0.48% linux sound cards
18 11 0.44% foomatic-rip
19 11 0.44% linux audio users
20 11 0.44% toots
Interestingly djcj.org had 27900 visits in Jan and 26465 in Dec. Not bad
for a docs site. A Daily average of between 800 and 900.
Patrick Shirkey - Boost Hardware Ltd.
Http://www.djcj.org/LAU/guide/ - The Linux Audio Users guide
Http://www.djcj.org/gigs/ - Gigs guide Korea
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