I just created this Hub about antique diamond rings, but there is something about it that I don't like. I think it is all of the images but I wanted to get some other people's opinion before I made any changes. Take a look and let me know if you think it is too busy and what should be changed.
I just had a quick read of your hub. I did not know there was so much to think about with antique diamond rings or that there was a particular demand for that sort of ring! I assume you did your keyword research and know that there is a market for this particular niche. I would assume that you are hoping to make a sale from this hub (a valuable sale too), you may not get loads and loads of sales but hey if you could manage 1 or 2 a year that would be well worth the time you have spent (you will possibly be able to get some decent value clicks on top of any sales). What I would say if you are hoping for a sale is that the pictures are lovely but when I stopped reading to come and post this I was not looking at an amazon or ebay ad. You want people to be able to see a good ad with either affiliate at just about every point while reading just in case they get bored and would rather just go and buy one! I always add one picture since it will look good on my profile page as well as any other hub listings (you may get shown as a related topic hub from another user, a good pic can draw attention to your hubs). People do like pictures but for me after I have placed one picture I use the pictures in amazon ads for any additional pictures, this way it is visually pleasant and convenient should a person feel like getting their credit card out. Other then that I would say that the length of your text is good and I did not notice any major spelling errors or anything that might cast a bad light on your writing and advice. I hope this has helped
It looks ok to me. I think the clear visual message helps to remind the reader what they were looking for to begin with.
To be honest, I think it is a little too "busy". I would take a few pictures out.
If you have a picture of a ring on a "real" human's hand, that would look nicer than the mannequin's plastic hand. Or, how about a picture of a man giving his sweetheart a ring, etc. I think a picture like that would draw out the emotion or feeling you want to portray.
Lastly, there is too much "white space" between your modules.
I agree with too much white space and also pictures of loving couples will help, I think. Move the modules around a bit to see what you like best. You know you can have two columns of sale items next to each other (only choose three or four in each column if you do. That might help IMHO.
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