Interesting idea. Not sure how it would work _before_ it draws a significant audience, though. Somehow it needs to work from the start -- when there are only a few people going to it. Stephen -- Stephen Rider <http://striderweb.com/> On Mar 25, 2008, at 6:01 PM, Joshua Olson wrote: > I think you are right. I do have an idea though. I believe that web > professionals like people on the list are often getting asked to > manage, or > at least be a part of managing, pay-per-click services. While you can > easily see what search terms people are using to find your site via > the log > files, it's not easy to tell which terms people SHOULD be finding > your site > by. So, my idea is this. Instead of us all guessing, we all go to > a tool > where we can submit the general nature of our site and ask the simple > question of "what would you search on to find my site?" As payment, > you are > presented with 10 random website descriptions from other people, and > have to > answer 4 of them by entering search term(s). Once a person has a > decent > number of answers (like 100 or something) their question is removed > from > rotation. > > That's it. If you want your question posted, your payment is > answering > other people's. So long as people are finding value in the results > they get > and keep coming back, it should be self-sustaining.