Hi, just published my first hub would really appreciate some feedback from experienced hubbers.
The information in your Hub is outstanding and well-written.
Your Hub is about navigability and how that influences a visitor's actions, and about the connection between the visitor's actions and how a website is advanced through the SEO process.
It is also about the push / pull technique and philosophy of communications and advertising, tied very nicely to navigability.
Although your Hub is about taking a look at SEO in a different way, the title is misleading. Something like, *optimizing your site for ease of use also optimizes your site for SEO* is more to the point and also more understandable. However, LOL, I would never use a title like that, I only suggest these words as a point of departure for you.
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Point well made. I must admit I gave very little thought to the title. I am still trying to get to grips with the system in general. However, when you consider the points I was trying to make, the title could have been more descriptive.
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