I published 2 hubs the other day on an obviously popular upcoming item, the ipad. Both of these hubs have been checked for duplicate content and there is none according to copyscape. One of the hubs has a high word count,pics,vids, and numerous links it is this one http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Apple-iPad-Has-Everything
The other one isn't as in depth but still should be considered a quality hub I would think it is http://hubpages.com/hub/Apple-iPad-is-O … ing-Device can someone please take a look at these and tell me if I am missing something.
First of all, thanks for your warm support in our recent forum. You demonstrated a remarkable intellectual grasp of the issue being discussed. That was very helpful and will not be forgotten.
I looked at the two articles, which both appear to be of a high standard. Maybe the subject is becoming saturated rather quickly, a Google search revealed a high number of keywords similar to yours, presumably because of so much interest in the product.
My guess would be the promotional aspects. One of your articles have what appears to be a paid hyperlink, and the other article has multiple links pointing to the same domain within the links capsule.
Hi sweets! firstly found the first one really informative. There was a mistake...
Apple has also mad an iPad that will have 3G capabilities. Wi
I didnt like the youtube pictures (sorry, found it monotonous when you have some great pictures already in your hub), but loved the youtube presentation.
The rest of the hub is good. Just give it a chance to brew and you will find the score will increase over the next three or four days. It takes a while for the bots to crawl the article.
Hope this helps x
The second article... I think you should add a link from the first artcle to the second.
If it was me, I would probably have the two hubs as one providing a quality piece, rich with information, than two pieces. Hey, but that is me!
You are doing well though, and you need to find your own way of working. At the end of the day .. what do I know anyway?!! hehehe
Thanks to both of you,
Shaz thanks for catching the typo I am fixing it now, the youtube I think is too much also but I am trying to follow what they say are the "flagship" guidelines, Personally I think one video is plenty and a handful of pictures along with about 5 or 6 links but that is just my reader point of view and it doesn't match what people say is the "google way" iol
CyberLawyer, thanks for your input, the links to the apple doamin were just to different parts of apple site, I didn't want to link to shady places I didn't think about all of them being same domain even though they are different pages, that could be an issue.
I have these 2 grouped with one I did for iphone accessories which should give it the link at the bottom, I am considering the one article idea though. Just combine them to make a really long informative hub
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