Have you ever won Google's lottery?
We all know Google has the Magic to change your traffic drastically. A few good page ranks on your hubs will bring in some good views and revenue. I was wondering if anyone has ever hit the Google jackpot. I'm not talking about 1 or 2 well ranked hubs for a few days or weeks. I mean 15 to 20 page 1 rank for high-searches for as long as a full year or a few good months. Certainly such Google love would be life changing money wise.
Has anyone on hubpages ever pulled that one off?
If so congratulations, it must be really amazing quality content and background knowledge of the writer.
It's not that hard to rank #1 on Google if you can find low competition topics OR you have the best content on that topic. I've had a few which have been in the top 3 results for a variety of terms for years.
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