I need to improve my article, which can be found here
https://hubpages.com/games-hobbies/The- … the-Future
How do I improve my article?
Remove 'in the future' from the title. No-one will be searching for that.
"10 Reasons to Buy The Universim" will be perfect.
Okay, I see you have a completely different title that doesn't include the title of the game. That's not too clever, is it?
Just saw ragged's post, and her title change suggestion was almost identical to mine ("10 Reasons to Buy The Universim" and "10 Reasons You Should Buy The Universim").
We both arrived at nearly the same title change on our own, and I'd strongly suggest it. Hope my other advice helps too!
A few suggestions, and I'll freely admit some are nitpicky:
1) Avoid the word "stuff" and replace it with more descriptive terms.
2) Avoid using the same phrasing with consecutive sentences. For example, the "you could" here: "You could be of great help. You could report bugs and report problems within the game." Such sentences can be combined to feel more natural.
3) Consider changing the title to "10 Reasons You Should Buy The Game-Changing Planetary God Game" or "10 Reasons You Should Buy The Universim."
4) Correct typos like "haver."
5) Stay consistent with capitalization of headings.
6) Review your text in the heading "Final thoughts on the matter", which could use some changes. The heading itself could also be reworked into something more natural.
My favorite aspects were the passion you used while discussing the article and the vibrant pictures. Kudos there.
You haven't changed the title. You will **never** attract traffic with a title that doesn't mention the game by name.
I will change the title on the computer. I can't change the title on my PS3.
Okay. Maybe you shouldn't worry about editing on the PS3 at all? Just wait till you get your computer access and get it done in one go.
So you do understand that the the keyword for your hub is the title of the game? Therefore it must appear in the title of the article. It's how Google recognises the relevance of search results to a search term/question. It also helps to use the keyword in at least one sub-heading, and in your introductory paragraph.
The more simple you make the title, the better, generally speaking.
One thing you might try is, as you are writing/editing a hub, to have Marisa's article open at the same time, and use it as a sort of checklist.
As someone who has experience typing from a console, I'd advise against it. Wait til you're at a computer; it's much faster!
But it's so much work. I would have to create a brand new article...FROM SCRATCH!!
You misunderstand. Jeremy was just saying that editing/working on a PS3 is much harder than on a computer. Which it is.
Do I have to delete my current article and start a new one?
Why would you need to? Just edit this one with a computer.
what about now?
https://hubpages.com/games-hobbies/The- … the-Future
Be consistent with your subtitle capitalisation. Try not to repeat the same phrase over and over in your subtitles, like 'the game'. Don't add periods to your subtitles either.
You don't need to add a subtitle to a YouTube video. A caption underneath would be better.
You could round up your 10 points in a bulleted list at the end.
I've been working on my title capitalization too and so far I've deduced that at the very least nouns and verbs need to be capitalized.
I'm having a hard time picking out what your keyword is for this article. Not that it should be immediately apparent or anything, but if you're trying to rank for "the universim", that's going to be a nearly impossible task. I couldn't figure out what other keywords it might be.
There are a couple of great hubs in the learning center on keyword research that will help you get traffic to your hubs from search engines.
Edit: https://hubpageshelp.com/content/Learni … ndly-Title
I like it. It's well written and entertaining. It might actually rank, since the game is still a ways off. Maybe by next shopping season it will be a star!
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