I'm relatively new and really enjoying writing hubs, but I'd really appreciate some feedback about my hubs and any suggestions for improvement or development.
I read a few articles and the only thing I would recommend is the fonting, keep it simple and basic. Your pics represent your articles. If you are asking for people to vote, move it above the comments section so that they can see it. Besides that valuable information. I am certain others will give opinions as well and welcome to hubpages.
Break your contenk into several paragraphs by using more text capsule with heading. Use all the resources ( News, Links, Rss, Video, Pictures, Revenue earning capsules ) that Hubpages offers in order to write a good hub. Also work a little bit on picture placement on your hubs.
Thanks, that's really good feedback. I was feeling they were too long, but I hadn't figured out how to break it up, so that's really helpful. I don't know much about rss - any advice there?
Just find a website that relates to the subject of your hubs and add the RSS feed. I usually put the RSS and News feeds below the comments. That way you get the benefit of them updating regularly, but it isn't an obstacle to people adding comments.
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