One of my latest hubs is on the first page of google! Published around 4 hours ago.
http://www.google.co.in/search?q=Digite … =firefox-a
So Happy !
Wow! Congratulations! You are my role model! Catherine
Thanks Catherine. I don't know how long it will last there. I hope some traffic come in now.
D'oh! It's on page two now.
Wonder how many of my hubs show up on page one.. lol
I'm probably hitting different datacenter, I don't see it at all.
Oh! Is that so? I still see it on the first page.
Misha - is there any way to check different datacenters? I ask because I have a hub "How to generate Electricity" that is in the top 5 on page 1 of Google and Yahoo and has been for months, but still only nets about 30 hits a day. I suspect the Middle East gets a very distorted version of the internet, because of the state censorship & caching.
Sun - page 1 in 4 hour is impressive!
Yes, there are ways. I know some SEO applications do this - but I never used this myself, so I can't steer you in the right direction.
I think though this will not help in your case - datacenters get synchronized within hours or at worst days. I think this is just how many people are searching for this particular keyword...
Now I see you on the first place! Impressive!
Congrats Sun! It's on Canada's First page, first entry here!
It was number one when I just checked (in Qatar). Good going!
I see it as number one here in Australia: http://www.google.com.au/search?hl=en&a … &meta=
@ Paraglider - and anyone else who wants to easily see google search results from other countries:
There's an experimental addon for Firefox called Google global, available at
This allows you to right click in a page of google results, and switch to the google database of another country to see their results.
I've been using this for a few weeks, and it works well.
Great tip Eric, I'm going to give that one a try. I have a site that's number 1 or 2 on Google in the UK, but it would be good to know where it comes for people searching in other countries.
I have a great idea and way for anyone to get on Google 1st page! its purely fun..but works!!
Go to Google search home page..
click on preferences..
Now you can change the number of Results..Google's default is 10 results on first page..Set to 100 ...Done;) your on the first page..
I don't think it's hard to get your hub on Google first page at all, especially when you are searching for 3-word keywords (just make sure they are in your tags).
by JessBraz 4 years ago
So I was bored and decided I would Google some of the topics of a few of my most recent hubs... Two of them popped up on the FIRST PAGE!! WHHHHHAAAAATTT?!??! lol. Sorry, I'm not sure if this is the appropriate place for this, but I almost swallowed my own tongue I was so excited and I need to tell...
by Rumana 5 years ago
I am very happy to see 7 of my hubs on top page of Google Search Engine.So thought to share my happiness with you.
by Person of Interest 5 years ago
Chrome. And I cleared cache.Anyone else?
by Andrew 9 years ago
I am #3 for the term "Going to the park"The significance is, it is out of 358,000,000 (358MILLION) Results! Pic Proof:Good Luck with Page Rank,~thranax~
by JG11Bravo 4 years ago
Don't mind me, I'm just excited. Finally, I made my first 50 bucks and found one of my hubs on page 1 of Google search results. Happy times, these.
by liljen23 8 years ago
Hello everyone, I just published a hub about the best search engines of 2010 and it is on the second page.. I am so excited, I hope I can get to the 1st page!!
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