I just published my first hub and I'm really excited! Admittedly, I didn't spend too long researching keywords or ads or anything, because all I wanted to do was write and share my ideas asap. If you're an experienced hubber, please check it out and provide some feedback:
http://anyothervoice.hubpages.com/hub/L … ighborhood
This isn't bad for a first article. The main problem I see is that you did not begin with an introductory paragraph so your initial statements are confusing to the reader. Move your "welcome to the world ..." paragraph to the beginning and use paragraphs to introduce each section as well for clarity and continuity. Great idea, by the way!
I enjoyed your hub, I apperciate your pun of the philosopher John Locke it gave me a chuckle as I am in a philosophy course at my college and we just studied the whole nature VS nurture argument. Anyways back on topic I thought you wrote an excellent frist hub, keep up the good work. I am also new to hub pages and have posted 4 hubs so far.
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