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I had no idea writing on the internet was so complicated. I spent a lot of time on my recent hub- a dream dictionary of colors. I googled related keywords and I don't see my hub coming up at all. Does anyone feel like educating me on how to get to the first 2 pages of google?
Here is my hub. Do I have too many tags?
http://hubpages.com/hub/Dreaming-of-Col … -of-Colors
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