Has anyone found any of their articles on the first page of the search engines?
Yes, 8 of my articles are in that category. Here are the keywords and key phrases for each search:
1. "lobotomy" "Nobel"
2. "aerobic" "exercise" "well" "being"
3. "weak" "upper" "legs"
4. "Why is the product of two negative numbers positive"
5. "Frank Benfords Law"
6. "hiking uphill"
7. "vocabulary" "murder"
8. "gravity is magnetism"
This last one was in response to a hub by Newton's Rival, and she believes that that is the case.
This is based upon scroogle searches, showing the top 20.
Why? Because I'm a geek, and I write about things that interest me, even if they're not considered to be 'hot' topics. I know next to anything about search engine optimization.
Yes, 3 of my 6 hubs do.But I can't figure out what to use in viewing my page views, is it the google analytics or the one under the my account tab? They show different figures. Sorry, I'm still a novice.
Yes, many of my articles are seen on first page of google search results for specific key words.
Yes for keywords I picked out I am on the top of the front page , had up to 65 views on the one hub, 28 another , I just keep working at it !
Very cool. I was very excited when I found some of mine on the first page. Keep up the good work everyone!
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