I use Redgage an I noticed that sometimes when I share a hub it appears right under the original article. That can't be good is it? Do you change your title so it shows somewhere else in search results?
The reason why I asked is some times my backlink wounds up right under my article that I am trying to promote. If I was doing a search and landed on that backlink right after leaving the original article I would be a little ticked.
I just want to see what hubbers thought. Thanks for your reply!
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