So My hub about acai berries got one hit from weather.com.... what does that mean? That they used a search engine there?
I investigated further and found the weather.com site had Acia Berries as an ad.. But I ma still not sure how it linked to my hub??
Very funny manlypoetry man
and Tantrum.. acai berries used to be hotter but that hub has fallen to about the middle of my hubs..
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