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I'd like feedback on my Hub: Motor Insurance Claims

  1. KeemaWolf profile image80
    KeemaWolfposted 11 months ago

    Hi Hubbers,

    I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my Hub Motor Insurance Claims. What can I do to improve? Thanks!

  2. galleryofgrace profile image81
    galleryofgraceposted 11 months ago

    First- you need to tell readers that you are not talking about insurance in the United States!  This article will be very confusing to anyone in the US.

    Secondly -you have unrelated ads for products.
    Thirdly- You are blatantly giving free advertising to insurance companies  in another country

    It will probably never be accepted as it is.

    1. LongTimeMother profile image97
      LongTimeMotherposted 11 months ago in reply to this

      Interesting suggestions, galleryofgrace.

      Why should Americans need to be told this hub is not talking about insurance in the United States? I don't see hubs written by Americans announcing that they're not talking about products or services available in Australia, the UK, India etc.  Surely Americans are equally capable of figuring out how relevant any hub is to them. This is a global site with international hubbers.

      I found this hub extremely interesting and useful. It could be tidied up a bit, and there's some unrelated content, but that would require minimum effort to sort out.

      The links at the bottom to a range of insurance companies are very useful. Different insurance companies specialise in different covers. Good to have car insurance companies listed.

  3. LongTimeMother profile image97
    LongTimeMotherposted 11 months ago


    I think you've written one of the most comprehensive explanations of car insurance I've ever seen. Every young driver with their first car should be pointed towards it as compulsory reading. smile

    Your video about the Neutral Car Show is off-topic and should be replaced by something more relevant. Your 'just for fun' products should also be removed.

    The reversing camera is good, but I think you need a description that points out how useful it is for avoiding accidents.

    You could also perhaps add an amazon link to the type of camera people use that record the circumstances of an accident. Suggest it as a precaution, just in case someone crashes into them and they want proof of what happened.

    And what about a navman or gps? The good thing about them, when it comes to safe driving, is the ability to see what is the maximum speed recorded. I'm sure there's lots of drivers who think they stay within the speed limit who would be surprised to see their 'maximum speed' if they checked the navman once a week, and cleared the settings to check again the following week.

    As far as 'tidying' this hub goes, I suggest you take a look at how you could restructure your capsules.

    I don't think your big 'call out' features are working. You could include examples and your Quick FAQs in text capsules.

    Most importantly, you should take a look at how you use capital letters. At least one of your capsule headings appears to be all lower case. Plus you should try and avoid using all caps in words in a hub. One way around this would be to create a small capsule titled 'What's the Difference Between Types of Car Insurance Cover?' with a small introduction of the three terms ... and then split CTP, TPP and FC into their own capsules, headed by Third Party Property (TPP) etc.

    You could do the same thing with 'Insurance Jargon' with a brief explanation. Followed by text capsules for each term (without using all caps.)

    Interesting to note that here in Australia, one of the adsense ads showing on your hub is from BudgetDirect. Obviously they consider this hub to be of significant 'worth' to want to appear on your page. Maybe drop a couple of the other links in the hope they also try to crack a mention on your page. lol.

    Having said that though, I do believe having some key players linked at the bottom is useful. smile

    First thing to do is to get rid of your 'off topic' bits and replace them with something relevant. The editing would take more time, but I do think it would help your rating in search engines long-term.

    Really good information though!!

    1. KeemaWolf profile image80
      KeemaWolfposted 11 months ago in reply to this

      Thank you so much for taking the time to be so articulate!
      That's really constructive feedback, something that I can DO something with!
      When I've done some tweeking, would you be able to have a look again?
      Thank you!!!