Hope you are all well, accepting any tips (and traffic) on how to improve my hub in many ways.
Hi PC. I am new, also and hate seeing no comments on your post. Sadly, I have no tips or improvement tricks.
I have a great smile, though. Hope that helps.
You seem to have too much white space between most paragraphs, as if you've tabbed an extra space yourself as well as the normal paragraph break.
Each section seems to have a one-sentence conclusion on which format wins. I would think about putting that conclusion in its own text box, right-floated with a blue background. Or making it bold. Your choice, but I think you need something to make it stand out more.
Finally, I recommend changing your title and thinking about your headings, too. They are important because Google pays particular attention to them. Your title, especially, needs to tell Google what question you're answering or what problem you're solving, so it can match your Hub to readers' search terms.
I haven't done any research on it, but I imagine most searchers would type in something like, "pc or game console" - and if so, you should use that phrase in your title.
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