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Well, the other day a Walmart checker said "Thank you, young man" to me. When I got to Hannaford's, I tried to convince the checker there to say "Here's your receipt, geezer" - just to rebalance the universe - but she would not.
Good point. Maybe I'm better at hiding than I thought. (I'm kind of impressed that LeanMan appears to be a wizard of personal-data secrecy. A lot of the rest of us would like to feel less "understood" by Google too. )
It thinks I'm a 35-44 year old female (it underestimated my age by a decade, but I'm more than happy with that ).
So can someone please tell me why the email spam I get is targeted almost entirely at males? (It mainly consists of advertising for gadgets and cars, and young women saying they want a relationship with me.)
I think the people who compile the email lists for spam probably don't check them very closely. Google thinks I am a female 18-24, despite the information and picture on my profile; but, I am still get those emails selling "wives" from various countries. Also hair loss remedies, and other male afflictions.
leroy, Google thinks I am a MALE 18-24.. I know for sure I am NOT a male and certainly not 18-24... well, once upon a time I was... 18-24, not male of course. Maybe too much Facebook? Is going to Facebook once a week too much? Well, at least I don't get emails selling wives from various countries, nor hair loss remedies and other male afflictions.
Just checked it on Alexa.com, and realized which (alleged) effect the Panda updates of Google has on traffic. Although I'm still happy with the traffic my Hubs have, are the foundations increasingly eroding. Are there...
Hey guys, i think HubPages is losing it's rank on Google, i have multiple accounts here and all are experiencing decreased traffic by 50% !!! . Anyone experiencing similar problems? Or did Google introduce any new...
HubPages is under attack. HubPages content did not get hit by a Google slap and views did not tank due to Google algorithm changes; it is the victim of negative SEO.To see the nature of the attack:*Go to a Google search...
now I have studied seo for about 10 year now and i know why the majority of hubbers have been penalized by googles new update. the problem is with the subdomain names and categories. ill show you google looks for...
If we only produce content that people are searching for, will this lead to better quality content ? Will this lead to the growth of the knowledge base? How will new knowledge enter the mainstream if content is only...