WordCamp Paris du 3 mai 2008

Çà y est, la date est fixée. Xavier présente cet évènement dans le blog de WP-FR, le wiki pour les inscriptions est en place et je suis très curieux de voir comment va se passer cette « non conférence » « sans spectateur ».

Pour ma part, j’espère y rencontrer IRL une paire de condisciples et je suis sur que tous les sujets abordés seront passionnants.

J’ai inscrit la question des tags dans le wiki car c’est un sujet qui m’intéresse énormément. Voici en vrac des aspects que j’aimerai bien creuser :

  • Comment placer une page statique au début de chaque recherche dans les tags. Simple tags le permet-il ?
  • Pourquoi il ne faut pas placer en « noindex » les pages archive des tags.
  • La puissance des tags pour le référencement.
  • Les risques de « duplicate content » que l’on peut éviter.
  • Simple tags et WordPress 2.5.
  • filetoil dit :

    Do Some Research:
    It goes without saying that writing a list and sticking to it can save you money; however,

    customizing your list to fit around store-specific sales or promotions can result in giving you

    an even bigger bang for your buck. Be certain to keep an eye out for newspapers, store mailers,

    newsletter promotions, and loyalty program vouchers, as these will often inform you of special

    discounts or even provide you with product coupons. Product and store websites are another great

    way to discover bargains on the items you want. Occasionally, official websites, and even their

    social networking counterparts, will clue you in on exciting deals.

  • fl-design dit :

    Plan Your Dates:
    Most stores have sales days, or even weeks, throughout the year to help bring in customers.

    Despite this, many of the best sales fall on or around major holidays. Although you can snatch

    up some excellent deals around Christmas, other holidays, such as Memorial and Labor Day,

    Easter, and Thanksgiving, also come with some big deals. Additionally, stores may also offer End

    of Season sales that can help to fill in next year’s wardrobe.

  • Do Some Comparison Shopping:
    Although comparison shopping once meant driving all around town, wasting both time and money, it

    has now become as simple as typing in a few key words on your computer. There are many websites

    that offer a search engine that will present the best available prices at the top of the

    results. Additionally, you can scour major internet retail websites to find the best online

    prices. Depending on what type of item you are searching for, you may discover that you can get

    better prices in the online stores.

  • Suppose you could always buy on sale. Imagine how much money you would save. While this seems impossible, it is really quite simple. Many products go on sale regularly throughout the year. If you know ahead of time, you can plan.
    You can find annual and semi-annual sales on everything from cars to furniture, clothing to appliances and candy to stereos. These sales often happen when seasons change or when new models come out. There are even annual sales on used items. The following tips will help you find the best deals month after month.

  • maupeu dit :

    Don’t be afraid of last year’s models. As a salesman at a national electronics store told me, « All models are discontinued eventually. » So, for example, a brand new stereo that is being phased out can be a very good deal.
    Be aware of the particular time when products change. For example, almost everyone knows that new car models come out in the fall. However, if you buy after the new automobiles are actually on the showroom floor – known as the new model introduction or NMI – you will get a much better bargain than you would have gotten just a few weeks earlier.
    Some items like clothes may be discounted long before the season is over. For example, summer clothes can go on sale right after the Fourth of July because stores need to make room for fall clothing and back-to-school merchandise.

  • reack dit :

    When you see an annual sale catalogue, save it and file it away. You can bet that this sale will occur again about the same time next year. Also save newspaper ads for recurring sales such as founder’s day and annual clearance sales.
    Keep a calendar just for making notes about sales that occur during the year in your area.
    The schedule of sales varies somewhat between regions of the country, especially north to south, since seasonal changes occur at different times.
    Be flexible. Since you are buying inventory that is left over, you will not find the same selection you would have found earlier in the year. Purchase something that suits your needs, but don’t worry if the color is not exactly right.