-Not enough text.
-Adult content, which is not allowed on content with Adsense adverts.
-Too much white space.
-Too many links .
-Double up of products with links and Amazon capsules.
-Looks messy and short.
Sorry but you have a lot of work to do there... have a look at some of the popular hubs on the site for ideas on how to neatly lay out a good quality hub.
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