Why does the google search engine not bring up any of my sites? I have used programs to test...
wether there there, and there not im slightly baffled because they were at first? Please can anyone help
The most likely explanation would be a lack of inbound links pointing at your sites provided that your sites contain original content.
Sorry i should have been more specific, i mean my hubpages and all are linked through other sites, like stumbleupon, on forums etc
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