My first hub:
Looking for constructive criticism!
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It looks good and informative to me. To add more value to the hub, you can also link to the related hubs (seen on the right side of your hub) using link module.
Now go ahead and write more hubs.
All the best.
Wow! That was really good! Congratulations. Your on-page optimization has all the key components and the content is good. I like the way you integrated the media and pictures. It is very pleasing to the eye.
I think you have made a great start!
You might be interested in this: http://www.sciencecentric.com/news/1010 … -heat.html
This is one of those fascinating little discoveries that actually could change the world as we know it - assuming they could ever find a way to do it cheaply.
I can't believe that this is a first hub. Everything about it is right. Placement, layout, ads used, etc., it is all right.
The only flaw I found is the improper use of who in the opening paragraph: "solar energy is produced by solar panels who capture the sunlight and provide a predictable source of energy."
Solar panels is not a 'who.' Maybe a 'that' but definitely not a 'who.'
Welcome and congratulations on a fine first hub. Probably a hub nugget.
Thanks for all the replies! I corrected the 'who' mistake, thanks for pointing out!
Here's the second hub:
http://hubpages.com/hub/10-Solar-Energy … d-Consider
I will now write a few smaller related hubs so I can interlink them. This way readers can get a topic overview or into deeper detail, as desired.
PS I'm now following all of you and will read some of your stuff after I have some more hubs published.
Not as good as the first hub. Still not bad. Make this correction in the first paragraph: "To give you and idea of what is..." incorrect use of and. These little typos are not a big deal, but I think that they give the reader the impression that you don't edit carefully, even if it is not true.
Add text to the first paragraph until the ads appear on the upper right.
Unneeded directions to look right: "$200 on Amazon (see right)." Take it out.
Those little directions are not needed.
You want your hub to have great placement of the adsense ads, they pay better than the Amazon ads, typically.
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