I did. And I'm grateful to god for that. Tell all of us did you get this type of results from among 1.5 millions competing results or more. Let us also know and how much was the competition?.
I will show you a quick trick.
Type in the same keyword as you did before and go to the last page of the results. Put this at the end of the url - &start=990 - much easier then just clicking.
That's how many competing websites there are for your keyword phrase at the bottom of the last page.
I actually did this already and here is the results:
In order to show you the most relevant results, we have omitted some entries very similar to the 595 already displayed.
If you like, you can repeat the search with the omitted results included.
Let us know when the Google search traffic starts pouring in.
As mentioned in my other post to YOUR other post, that doesn't necessarily mean much.
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