Hi Is there anything in particular you do when creating my hub to get google and other search engines to rank my page so it can be found. Is it just time and the content and relevance of the hub that will eventually get it onto google or do you need to physically do anything.
You do need to do something if you want results. You can start here: http://www.seofaststart.com/
If you want to make your hub to the front page of Google and Yahoo, you have to make keyword research first in order to ensure that keywords are part of your title and body. Additionally, you also have to add more relevant tags to your hub to ensure good ranking
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