What is the Page Rank of your subdomain?
Go to http://www.prchecker.info/check_page_rank.php and put in your HubPages subdomain: nicomp.HubPages.com, for example. The higher number, the more Google likes you.
This is a question or a tip? If a question then explain please, If a tip then make individual hub for it instead of posting it here.
BTW My hub's PR IS 0. What about yours ?
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