The references are right out of my hub about the heart, a widely researched article of mine. My Hub has intermittenly been on page 1, now on page 2.When you run up my keywords, that is what you find, Does Google become that involved in the content of articles and pull information to use for themselves?
The word hubpages is there and then the url from which the reference came. I am curious as it does not say hubpages.com or any reference to my hub.
I don't know. Sorry I couldn't be much more help. However, Maddie is active in the forum, because she just posted elsewhere.
Attention MADDIE Can You Come Help Please!
It is really no big deal, just my intellectual curiosity. I like to understand why things happen. But I guess no one will ever know the secrets of Google, and they are in charge. I guess I should feel good that they liked my references.
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