I am really new to this HubPages think and don't mean to ask too many questions, but I was wondering why my score would go down. I just added some great new content in the third paragraph of this page
http://hubpages.com/hub/strategic-thinking-cmoe. I am not trying to advertise here because I know its not that great of a page, but I was wondering why the raking would go down. It was original content but I got docket for putting it in. Does anyone know why?
Thanks for your help. I have learned so much from the people in the forum.
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