Google is adamantine in its hatred of this hub.
http://paradigmsearch.hubpages.com/hub/ … kmark-Page
Please feel free to pick on any aspect or part of it. I don't care.
If you repeat the same keyword twice in your title, expect Google to think you're trying to keyword-stuff, and slap you accordingly. Also your title looks like you've tried to cover several different phrases in one, and that doesn't work - the robot doesn't know your slashes indicate alternatives so it reads your title as "Why Where How to Make Create and Use a Bookmarks Webpage or Website", which is a phrase no one would be searching for.
However I think the bottom line may be that no one is searching for it anyway. Most people use their browsers to collect favourites, and places like MyYahoo! also have places to collect bookmarks.
I just dropped by the aforementioned hub. Bless your hearts. You know who you are. Thanks.
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