Hi can anybody tell me this. I search for a ginger topic in yahoo and to my surprised I found one hubber with her ginger benefits in hubpages was featured in yahoo when I search there. I don't know what she did that her hub topic were included there. Can our topic be featured also in yahoo? or maybe she include that in yahoo search or maybe yahoo found her topic also. I'm confused as how to do it.
yes as well as google or any search engine. most of my traffic comes from google. when you write here and publish it, it is not only for HP it goes on the www
hoped that helped you
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