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Thread: Where was this site hiding?

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    Where was this site hiding?

    I have been browsing the net for over a year for a site like this and just came across it today!!! One day after I ordered my kit. I just ordered a 18*36 from national pools. Are they any good? I am doing everything it myself.

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    It can be difficult to get Google visibility without spamming the net. Welcome to the forum!
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    Better late than never.

    The major component in search listings is time. The longer we are around, the more links back the site people will make, and the more credibility we will be given by the search engines.

    What a lot of people don't realize is that TFP is just over one year old. 8)
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    I found a link to it on someones answer on one of yahoo's forum.

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    Glad you found TFP!

    It's my go to for my pool addiction!
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    Hi ididit!

    We're glad you're here
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