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  1. Andrea Hall profile image60
    Andrea Hallposted 5 years ago

    Hello, I'm new to Hub and I just published my first article. I was looking for some feedback as to what I can do differently to improve my hub.

    Thanks!
    Andrea smile

    http://andreahall.hubpages.com/hub/Handling-your-rabbit

    1. paradigmsearch profile image91
      paradigmsearchposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      You have almost invoked a rabbit frenzy on my part. However, I will desist. I like rabbits.

      As to my quick scan of your hub, looks good. But need to stick a "be" in "My rabbit does not like to carried down the steps". All is well. smile

      1. Andrea Hall profile image60
        Andrea Hallposted 5 years agoin reply to this

        Thank you! I didn't catch that.

  2. SimeyC profile image97
    SimeyCposted 5 years ago

    OK here we go - don't take this negatively:

    1) Title - just do a search on Google - there are a lot of sites that will come up before yours - try using Google Adwords to find a title that is unique but searchable. Also - when using Adwords, Handling your rabbit comes up with hardly any 'potential' views - so even if your article is great, you're unlikely to get much traffic. Try something that combines a couple of searchable phrases :

    Caring for Rabbits - Holding a Rabbit

    This has two key phrases that both get some traffic - you not only are more visible but you've also hit a different search term.

    2) Pictures - people love pictures - add a lot of pictures of your rabbit - add suitable descriptions and don't forget to add the source - in this case you...

    3) Introduction - you jump straight into the aritcle - why not explain why careful handling is important first.

    4) Headings - you have a couple of searchable phrases and this is good - the Handling Safety could be changed to Rabbit Handling Safety.

    5) Make your hub more interactive and fun - add some polls; add some facts (Use a text box and right justify it - then color it) - Did you know..... etc..

    6) You added a section 'Cutting your rabbits nails' - this isn't relevant to the article as it's about Holding your rabbit. Either remove this and create a hub: How to cut a Rabbits nails safely (or something like that) and then interlink them or create a much larger hub:

    "How to take care of a rabbit"

    You could then have sections for:
    Feeding a rabbit
    Cutting a rabbit's tail
    Holding a rabbit
    What to do when a rabbit gets older
    Suitable housing for a rabbit

    etc.

    OK - sorry to be so critical! You have good writing skills and great potential to produce great hubs. Take a look at some of the top writers on here and see how they organize their hubs, how detailed they get and how they link several hubs together.

    1. Andrea Hall profile image60
      Andrea Hallposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Thank you! This is extremely helpful! I appreciate all of your advice and I'll make those changes.

 
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