Couldn't you use a poll for option A and B? I think it's an interesting hub, good job!
It is an interesting hub - and if you're writing it only to share your particular point of view, even better.
But, if you're writing it to generate an income, there's a few things that I see that are "off" on it. I'm going to assume that you're not looking to make any money from it, simply because I don't see any google ads on it.
I will point out a couple things though that might help.
First, research keywords. You absolutely must do this if you're looking to make an income from the hub, and I would recommend it even if you're not. The reason is simple: You have a message that you want to get across, but the average person searching through Google is going to have a hard time finding this article. By looking through keywords and picking out something "middle-of-the-road", you'll have a better chance at getting found and having your article read.
Second, remember, as a writer, you have approximately three seconds to catch your readers attention. In writing articles (for hub or otherwise) one needs to have a "hook." A hook is something that grabs the readers attention and urges them to read more. I would do some research on hooks and how to use them - especially in your headers and your first sentence.
Really though, and I mean this, it is a very good hub. It has a lot of interesting information, presented in an interesting way. Good job with this.
Great opinion...I will wait for the 'hook'. Thanks a lot
Alright my friend, I have a couple links for you that will explain all about hooks..
Those two web pages cover hooks pretty well. In truth, there is a certain art form in writing good hooks, and it takes a little practice to get it down. Myself, I can write decent hooks, but they're nothing spectacular. It's just enough to get the reader interested - which is all you're looking for.
And then, about keywords, the trick is simple: First you write the article, then use a keyword checking tool (Like SEOQuake, or the one found here: http://tools.seobook.com/general/keyword-density) to find out what your keywords are. That will let you know where you currently stand. Then, do some research to find out what keywords people are looking for that you already have. Use that to your advantage - use those keywords in your titles, descriptions, picture captions, etc. It takes me maybe 5 mins. per hub to do that, but it pays off in the end. Write first, and then perform SEO. Let the article take care of you.
Bro, you'll be fine.. you have a lot of talent, now it's time to get noticed. Good luck boss!
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