I have never searched for one of my hubs on google until now.
I know I can,t give hub url here,but think this is okay.
My hub title is "Living in a tenement early childhood memories".
It was originaly "tenement living childhood memories".
I added in and early as suggested by title tuner.
I searched "tenement living" and "living in tenement"and my hub shows up on page one of google is this good? or is because of my wording in my search?
Without the quotes, tenement living is showing high on page 2 of Google. In quotes, it's on page one. It's a good ranking for that term which is actually getting searched for. Living in tenement gets no recognizable searches so continue targeting the first term.
Ranking is based on both on the keywords in your article title, and the terms being searched. However I recommend that once you have a title, not to change it because it may affect rankings once the page is indexed.
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