Am I excited - for my hub
I am top at google for 360,000 links - How about that?
Congratulations! For competitive keywords?
Great and well done, how do see the number of links? or am I being doff
Sorry I didn't actively use competitive keywords in my story - but the search words I used on google to find out were: animal snake story
Gratz! Thats a great start! Sounds like me, type:
In google and check the #1 and how many results
Go to google and type in 'grandmas lingerie' ... can I get a hells yeah? I'm sure that must be an incredibly competitive search term.
no.1 for 787,000!! you must be very pleased with your efforts!
Grandma's Lingerie Hints For Married Men
Google is evil, one day I'm #1 now I'm not in the 1st 5 results pages, any tips to get back there???
Thranax - I don't really know except that I just checked out my bully central hub and found that I am in nos. 2 and 3 spots for this term out of 5, 780,000 spots. But this is an older hub and maybe it just takes time. (I am a bit cross because - my fault - someone has taken my "bully central" name and registered it for their website) Additionally I downloaded the free ceo web submission software and have submitted all my hubs to the net.This may have helped plus I have used some social sites to submit them - but not recently. Am thinking of submitting my hubs to article sites but haven't read the hub TOS to see if this is allowed. cheers
just - rodney
your tai chai (?) weight loss hub sits at no 20 on google for out of 3,730,000 searches. (pretty good eh!) You can find where your hub sits by googling the main key words out your title, then going through the links that show up to see where your actual hub sits.
I just put " tai chai weight loss" into the google search engine then looked for your hub. As you can see you were the 20th link to show up under those keywords.
Now in order to see the number of links that have shown up for your key word search you just take a look at the "usually" huge number that sits at the top middle right of the search engine result page - in your case there were 3,730,000 and there you have it. cheers
Google can be ever so fickle. A new page often gets good results in the SERP's only to be pushed down a few days or weeks later.
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