No I haven't just written a hub about amphibians with leprosy playing chase.
I am so cross with myself. I wrote a hub title about a week ago. Let the hub score grow. Finished writing it today. Checked and checked it. Published it. Collected son from preschool. Opened up laptop and saw 'lepafrog tag' in the URL. So I have had to copy and paste every blooming capsule to a new correctly titled hub.
Please please tell me you have done something equally as stupid.
With virtually every hub I have ever written, I invariably come up with a better nuanced URL after the fact.
This is because no matter how much research one does, new information always keeps flowing in.
PS What’s wrong with "lepafrog"?
thanks for the giggles.
who knows, lepafrog actually sounds a bit French..
I did a "lepafrog" google search; got ~360 hits.
I wonder what the keyword tool would say about how many times "lepafrog" is searched for each month.
This hub might have to be done a third time so as to include both "leapfrog" and "lepafrog" in the URL...
I promise you, if I was lookign up keapfrog, I woudl haev for suer typed lepafrig, into the google box.
*note..I purposely left all typos above, to show you how I type, so you could see I wasn't just trying to make you feel better. Any typos in this part are ones I missed. AND will see later..and be frustrated...*
I have. I've typed in 'belly-buttong-piercings' or something like that.
typos happen. Leave it because other people make mistakes and if they make the same as yours, your site may be the first on the list that they click.
Prime example: I wrote a hub on the History of American Football Helmets in my first month here and I just noticed a few months ago that the url Football is spelled Footbal. Well my mistake placed my hub on page one of Google for that term and it has given me over 5000 visits since I wrote it.
Lepafrog is a cross breed between a leopard and a frog. Will be created for entertainment purposes around the year 3010.
Well 'lepafrog' is gone now. I am very tempted to put up a hub about those poor unfortunate toad-like creatures with a hideous limb loss disease, and include a link to my leapfrog hub just for kicks.
But if you Google lepafrogit's too clever and knows you are after leapfrog really.
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