Hubpages Video Tutorials - How To Use The Hub Tool - POLL
POLL Capsule in use on my hub,CHINESE FRIED RICE IN 15 MINUTES
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The success of my first Hubpages video tutorial on the use of the MAP capsule and its use in the September HUB Contest gave many hubbers a chance to play with the MAP and mark locations. Some are being rewarded with cash prizes and my hub entitled, Best Chinese Restaurants In Bangalore City won the Daily Doubloon Drawing Prize on September 2,2010. If you are new to Hubpages and would like to contribute articles and win Prizes during Hub Contests, you are welcome to sign up and begin straight away. You are FREE to join the ongoing September contest. And Good Luck as there are several Prizes to be won!
Several of my readers expressed satisfaction and rated my Hubpages Video tutorials as useful. And looked forward to seeing more Video tutorials related to the use of the hub capsules-POLL and QUIZ. Now, how do I know that? Quite simple, really. I just used a POLL hub tool on the MAP capsule Video Tutorial and asked readers to vote. This enabled me to understand the reader preferences and what kind of Video Tutorials they expect in the future. Using a POLL CAPSULE on your hub gives your reader a chance to engage in an activity that will help other readers and you. It is easy to decipher the preferences as they are marked in percentages. And gives you the title of your next hub. At least in my case. It all depends on what you want them to vote on. And it definitely needs to be topic related. Reader interactivity is important in terms of comments, but some prefer to just vote and so by making use of a POLL capsule, you are giving them an opportunity to be interactive.
What does reader interactivity do for your hub? Optimizing SEO and more traffic translated to more money.
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