My Own Site's Google Index Is Showing 1 - Is this a joke or something?
I'm using slimstat to know the overall performance of my site and when I saw that it's ranking 1 in Google indexing I just laughed lol..
Slimstat must be drunk or something because my site has been only running for like 6 months now with 150+ articles.
Do you guys think that it's possible for my site to really have a google index of 1?
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