I seem to have a lot of hubs linked to on Twylah by one particular user. The link has the first image and opening sentence(s) plus a read the full article on hubpages plus an image of the user, his twitter.com id and a shortened link to the hub which is not the published short link in my hub stats.
On the hubs I have checked these links from Twylah appeared in first position in search results for the snippet of my hub I pasted in, with my hub coming second. Should I be concerned about this?
I'd never even heard of Twylah so I had to go and check it.
If the entries have links to your Hub, then I wouldn't worry. It doesn't matter that the shortened link looks different - there are several different ways to create a short link - so long as it works. It's publicitiy for you.
Thanks Marisa, I appreciate you taking the time to check this out for me.
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