I decided to do some research for a new site to find out what the top female online purchases were, so I typed in
'top female purchases online'
and the top eight results came up for .....
So either the new google is pants or there are one hell of a lot of frustrated women out there lol
Certainly, that may not be the right answer for 'top female purchases online'.
And Ritsos, perhaps a hub from you with the title 'top female purchases online' can do very well.
They are ads for 'female viagra' for the most part, which is made for women.
IMHO those search words are pretty weird so odd results can easily happen.
I am not totally convinced that the new Google "Panda" algorithm is for the better or for the worse. My traffic has skyrocketed on some days and frozen on others. What I have noticed since I have been keeping a record (36 days) is that the key words that bring me the most traffic are: photography hubs, hubs and hubpages.
Panda must be Pandaering, lol, to certain companies. This is such a scam they allow.
To much Panda ering.
I am pandering the same thing... I should stop pandering and get back to writing or write on how to pander and the many pandering techniques... hmmm I pander if there is a market for panderings.
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