Sometimes when you search a specific keyword that has ranked your hub well, yet your hub shows and disappears, and then shows then disappears... while other sites pretty much stay in their positions. I wonder why? I have a hub happened to be like this today, the only thing that is different today is out of around 10 backlinks (promoted by myself) I used to have, I decided to change two of them (over the course) so they pointed to a different url. Did this do anything? I can't believe such difference would make my hub completely disappear from the search results. Any ideas?
Excluding my paranoia episodes, I’ve learned to just ignore this nonsense. Hang in there!
by Mmargie19664 years ago
I am a Christian, and an American. I believe in the freedom to believe in anything you choose to (or not). What I don't understand is why Christianity is under attack.I don't necessarily believe in...
by Sherri5 years ago
This has happened several times over the last months, and it doesn't happen every time. In edit mode I open a photo capsule, make no changes, and then click "discard changes" (as opposed to "save...
by Slarty O'Brian4 years ago
If the Christian god is omnipotent then why would it need to order the murder of it's son so that it can forgive? No Christian can answer this because it is utter nonsense. But I challenge any christian to give it a try.
by Mary Hyatt4 years ago
How come after I type in a summary, it disappears! After I publish, sometimes there will be that tiny little "A" that tells me there is no summary. I KNOW I did it. What am I doing...
by aka-dj5 years ago
After you have had a look at this.. http://molpath.ucsd.edu/pdf/Domains_Signaling.pdfCome back and re-affirm it was all just a mere accident, without any intelligent "cause".
by MrMarmalade8 years ago
I am unable to post any comments. Why is that.
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