I just searched for the main key phase for one of my sponsors I push in my own sites. I used Scroogle, so the results were not screwed.
I see I rank #1, even above the sponsor. I wonder if I'm going to get in trouble with them? Oooops!!
I doubt it. That kind of thing has happened to me from time to time.
Glad to hear that. Just in case I sent an email to them about a new page I was going to make with their products. I know that page will rank even better.
So I want to make sure it's cool with them. They have big ticket items so I want to keep them happy.
by Imran Khan 18 months ago
Hi Hubbers, please help. Is there any way to know on what page in 'Google' your article stands?
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Is a private domain name better for search engine ranking than a hosted domain (like on Blogger.com)assuming content value is same, and both url contain same keyword phrase
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