Hi everyone! I have written the following hub recently. Does it stand a chance of getting selected? I still have 6 more days left after which I can submit this hub. Please read and tell me what you think of it. Your help will be appreciated.
Here's the link to my hub:
http://hubpages.com/relationships/Survi … Experience
It looks good to me. Although small improvements might be made, I don't see why it wouldn't be accepted.
I think your title is good. If you wanted to shorten it, just make it Surviving a Long-Distance Relationship, although I think it's fine the way it is.
If you have just published this, I would not be surprised if it was picked for a niche site before your six days are up.
I am not sure of the title. " Surviving " sounds like moving on when it is over. Like a wife surviving the death of her husband. That is the normal context of how "surviving " is understood. For an active ongoing relationship you can use " Succeeding in a Long Term Relationship " . How you could further enhance contents is to include reflective info on the mistakes that you have to avoid. Just my opinion.Hope it helps.
Mobile Second Skin? Maybe say it's an extension of your arm or something. Second skin doesn't work well in my opinion.
Patience, my Friend - Is this something you face or some advice? Change the subheading to match the others in the category probably.
P.S: I Only looked at the structure and read the headings. Nothing more I could be wrong with what I said above.
Yeah, I felt that second skin sounded weird too. I just didn't know which word to use. Do you think "You Stay Glued to your Mobile Phone" sounds okay?
Patience is an advice, you are right I need to change the sub headings.
Thank you so much for your valuable feedback.
Very heartfelt article.
What if you shortened the title to something like "What a Long Distance Relationship Has Taught Me". Also, on your numbers, if they are small numbers like 3 or 6, you should write them "three" and "six".
Another thing is that I really like the layout of the second half. The colorbox titles, the second part is more visually appealing. What if you used the same style for the first half?
Just some ideas I hope that helps
Thanks a lot for your honest feedback and ideas. I will see what changes I can make.
You're Welcome looking forward to reading the final product
nice hub and yes I think it would and should get accepted in a niche site. However, I would recommend adding some more images for some of the sections such as these:
2. You Always Stay Glued to your Mobile Phone
3. Priorities will Change
They have little content and adding an image would balance it out
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