I just made a website but I was searching my jane vee name. Articles are showin

@mommaj (22743)
United States
June 18, 2009 7:39pm CST
I just made a website. In my research process I was looking for jane vee posts when you type in jane vee. I got all kinds of hits. I have my name and articles mentioned in papers and on websites that host optometry and all kinds of weird places. Have you looked up your byline to see where your articles are? Mine are all over the web, so I should be getting a lot more money on pv. LOL Have you found where your articles are? My articles are linked back to AC so I should be getting page views. Are yours giving you credit?
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@Canellita (12059)
• United States
19 Jun 09
I just searched my name and got a bunch of hits from Amazon to AC! There was even a hit for some genealogy site I haven't visited in ages! Very interesting. Didn't get all this the last time I searched my name.
@mommaj (22743)
• United States
19 Jun 09
Scheng will have to explain this to us, but I think it has to do with the amount of time you have been on certain sites and the amount of articles you have written. What is funny is my articles are showing up on other websites. That's a wow for me! I think maybe "Big Brother" is watching us, or worse hackers. LOL
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@scheng1 (24850)
• Singapore
20 Jun 09
So Mommaj wants her name everywhere in the Internet? That's easy. Visit all the blogs in the world, and adds comment. If you dare to insult all the bloggers, that will be great! You will get a prize for the most notorious person in the cyberworld. Actually most of us do have our names in the Internet, especially when your school or university decided to go online, and post upload all information, including the names of every graduating students. You can find all the comments you made in mylot too! When you add a comment in AC, in fact everywhere in the Internet, your name will appear when people search for the article.
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@Canellita (12059)
• United States
22 Jun 09
I guess most of my stuff is not indexed yet. Though, I did not think to search under canellita to see what I would come up with.
@oscar6 (1939)
• United States
17 Jun 11
I havent actually searched my articles to see. I am sure that they are on several other sites. I have so many that it would be hard to think that they would not be on other sites. I have over two hundred and fifty articles in my associated content library. That is why they make me such a decent amouunt of money each month in page views.