Google came back through and picked out keywords that make no sense after my keywords were picked up and landed me on the first page for two weeks. My keywords were 1 -actos bladder cancer and 2 -possible link, now they are actos bladder link.I know there is nothing I can do, but I was getting good traffic for me, anyway. This has never happened to me before. Please help me understand.
Your hub seems to be on the second page for the keyphrase "Actos and Bladder Cancer" which given its novelty and competition, seems fairly normal to me brakel. Given time and a little nudge now and again it will undoubtedly rise further.
by Dr. John Anderson4 years ago
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But I am wondering why there seems to be competition in the real google world and no competition showing for it in the external keyword tool world?
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I totally dominate with this keyword search: the unimpressed turtle is unimpressed with your unimpressive keyword selections
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