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And just checked to see if it placed in google yet...and it did..in fact it is #1 after a sponsored ad but it was placed by Red Gage (which I did put a link to) and not Hubpages, anyone know why?
Perhaps the terms you entered into the Google search were specifically designed to target your hup.
I just checked again and now it is there and before the Red Gage article. I don't know why the Red Gage article showed up first.
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