So I -as most others- have felt the hit from Google. However, I have a ? regarding one of my Hubs. I googled a simple term related to one of my Hubs and found mine to be at the top with a yellow star next to it. No description or partial text under the title just jargon that the typical reader wouldnt have a clue about (including me)---what does this mean?
The stars are things you set yourself, for sites you wish to highlight within the larger Google search results.
http://www.google.com/support/websearch … wer=176057
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