Browsers are ask.com yahoo.com bing.com What is happening? This is something new for me. Any others?
Oh wait... What?
What hubs? Ask.com has a browser? Any other whats?
Ok, a little clearer...
Can you let me know exactly what happened? Your hubs are showing on the first page of search results?
I think her hubs have been listed on the first page of results for those search engines. If so I wanted to give her congrats. I didn't want to seem like a witch if I totally missed the point and she was saying that someone was spinning her articles or somesuch.
A browser is something like Internet Explorer or Firefox.
Bing and Ask are search engines.
Don't worry, this kind of mistake happens to oldsters everywhere. I recently wrote a page that confused bytes with Hz- as in GB and GHz. The readers were kind to point out how silly I was.
By the way, that is a great page on stress. I would email it the Hubpages staff so they can pin it on the wall.
They should all be breathing through one nostril at regular intervals given the current turmoil.
Well, what a helpful response. Thanks so much, Will. Now can you please pass us oldsters our canes and walkers?
Seriously, your response was less than helpful. Melissa and I both have enough brains to know that she was talking about search engines. The info she is trying to get to is the gray area.
I'm an middlester... heading quickly towards oldster... shouldn't I be able to translate both?
Well I am definitely an oldster. I need clarity not people making fun of me.
This certainly doesn't help-
'Oh wait... What?
What hubs? Ask.com has a browser? Any other whats?'
I am sorry that I called them browsers. I got so excited that I got confused. lol So is this good or not about those SEARCH ENGINES? This was my laugh for the day.
Well, that certainly cleared things up. Should I pass the Geritol?
It was my way of asking for clarification. Believe it or not, it's excessively cute in real life.
I wasn't making fun of you and I don't think lrohner was either. I think she was just joking back with you about the cane thing. It would have probably been excessively cute in real life too
It's fantastic! Congrats. Google isn't the only search engine and anything that drives people to your hubs is generally excellent.
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