I checked out one of your hubs, your Ohio Amish Country piece. A better title might be Autumn Travel in Ohio Amish Country. "Fall Road Trip" is hardly ever typed in for searches.
If you want your piece to focus on Ohio Amish Country rather than the act of traveling said lands, you could change the title around to "Ohio Amish Country: Autumn Travel
Whichever you use, make sure you mention the title keywords in your article. If your focus is Ohio Amish Country, you need to have the words Ohio Amish country in a few places through your article.
The title of your cheese factory sign dips into another keyword, amish cheese. There would be an opportunity to try and gain views with a section of this article devoted to the amish cheese you discovered. It would have to be keyworded with a nice article subtitle: Amish Cheese: Middlefield Ohio Amish Cheese. The section devoted to amish cheese also needs to be substantial. Either that, or write a separate sales hub devoted to amish cheese, and use your travel experience to give it a unique feel.
If you do that, you could put in an amazon capsule next to that part of the article and offer two or three varieties of amish cheese, or even middlefield cheese (best).
Think about keywords you can use in titles, and throughout your articles, that will catch a searchers attention. If your content satisfies what the searcher typed in, your chances of making money off your articles will be seriously enhanced.
Titles, subtitles, headers, and images all can be named with your major keyword or lesser keywords in mind. Doing so is helpful for Google - it helps it to understand that, okay, this is an article about traveling in Amish country.
Hint: Google ads for furniture and cheese, rather than Amish furniture or Amish cheese, are a good indicator that your article needs more clarity. Google needs to see Amish cheese more than cheese.