I published this last night at like 8:30. Woke up this morning to this rank out of this many searches and lawl'ed:
Thats a 6 word search phrase, no one is typing that aka making it the top for exact fit.
Well, I'm not all that savvy on this stuff. I was under the impression the part on the right that says "1-10 of 187,000,000 the right way to say 2010" meant that there were 187,000,000 searches for that. If that's not what that means, this would be a great time to explain it for me.
You know what, I have a sort of philsophical / historically slanted new year hub and all the hits are from people trying to work out whether it's 'two thousand and ten' or 'twenty ten'. They're also fascinated by what the decade will be called overall (naughties / noughties etc).
Put it in " " shades. The way you searched just finds every single webpage that includes the words you typed.
When I put it in " " your actually number 1 out of 8380 other pages that contain that search phrase exactly.
Wow, good for you!
From my metrics, it looks like Google doesn't even pick my articles up for 5 - 9 days....
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