So my hub about hiking in san diego is listed as the top and second listing on google for http://hubpages.com/hub/Best-places-to- … -San-Diego and I got a second page listing for "hiking san diego"
I really think all you have to do is all the steps and advise that all the vet's on here are professing.
edit- oh and I just checked, http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-become-an-MMA-fighter is listed as the second on the first page, and when googling a bunch of other similar topics they're also first page top 5 listings.
Thanx for the good examples guys.
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