I wrote a new hub yesterday and published it last night. This morning it received a comment from the Scientific Director from the place the hub was about. I hadn't done anything at all to promote this hub so well done google search!
Nah! He was probably doing some research himself and there aren't really a lot of web pages dedicated to this subject, but I am so happy he not only found mine but took the time to comment.
He didn't praise it or anything, just outlined what his team were trying to do to eradicate the problem.
Congratulations on getting noticed so quickly.
And, believe it or not, he left a comment, I'd be impressed regardless.
Fantastic Izzy. He probably has set up a google watch on certain phrases so that he's notified when anyone writes on certain things.
I've found this to be the case with authors - at least the ones who aren't very famous. When I write hubs on first novels, usually within a day or two I get an email from the author. But they usually don't comment - I wish they would.
I think it's great he took time to comment.
Yeah like I said at the start, I am really happy. I'm wondering if he thinks I'm a expert or something, which of course I'm not but anything to get the problem highlighted is probably good for him and his department.
I could not find a video in English that highlighted the problem well, though there were plenty in other languages. Yesterday I put up one in Sicilian but changed it today to one in Spanish. Even if no-one understands, the pictures are good.
I had a look for my hub myself in google and I'm either on the second or third page search depending on keywords used (that's google.co.uk)which is brilliant for its first full day published.
Wow, I was happy when one of the creators of a Chrome addon found my hub, but this is in a whole other league, congratulations!
This reminds me that I once took some photos in a zoo and stuck them on my website, and the zoo marketing team found my photos through Google images and liked them so much they used a few in their guidebook!
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