forgive me if this has been posted elsewhere but thought that it might be usefull information...
Thanks for the link. I hadn't seen that, but it's nice to know, especially the way hubpages makes URLs.
The thng is, from my experience, Google and other search engines have always treated underscores the same as hyphens.
Wikipedia have been using underscores for years, and they've done incredibly well in the SERP's.
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