I have a few hubs thats are doing great! But, then I have hubs that I think are great and I cant figure out why they are struggling. I would really appreciate it if anyone would like to look at these hubs and let me know what they think?
http://learninginlife.hubpages.com/hub/ … Depression
Hi Learning in Life. I just read your hub on depression. First of all, it's about depression. So expect that it may not get a lot of play. Second, your first paragraph is quite technical to the average person who will probably not stay on the page for long because of the heaviness of the introduction. I suggest a lighter lead in about why natural tx of depression is better than traditional tx. I would also re-arrange your capsules so that the section on things you can do for yourself is closer to the top. I found it more uplifting and interesting. To your credit, I think it's a pretty good hub, just needs re-arranging.
I read the other two and they are excellent informational hubs, very well-written. I don't think it's the hub, I think it's your audience. You've chosen two topics that basically have fickle audiences. Although we know that we need our vitamins, we don't really want to read about them, especially if we're not taking them as we should. And college students? Although this is excellent information, your readership will be short-lived once the student is enrolled. This could be a hot hub in the month of August and maybe again in December, during registration. I hope I was helpful.
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