My hub on the loyalty of the canine Hachiko made number 7 on yahoo search of "hachiko". Cool!
Now write a few new articles about the dog, submit to ezinearticles dot com and searchwarp dot com,
then write another three articles for blogger dot com and wordpress dot com,
do a video for you tube,
add a few tags to a flickr photo
social bookmark each site,
and you will come very close to dominating the first ten spots of page 1, done right, Page 1 of Google.
Good luck and keep on achieving.
Thats some acheivement especially with a name like yours! haha! j-k good job imadork!
Congratulations! That is indeed very cool. So share the secret, how'd you do it?! : )
You made #7 on Yahoo! and #1 for the funniest profile picture...haha.
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