Thank you for your response to my question, but now I have another... In your response, you said
that my hubs might be "'too' nice and informative". I'm not quite sure what you mean by this. Are you recommending that I hold back on information?
Having read your hub on capatilizing poverty, I would say that it was a nice article and, yes, informative, but you need to do more to bring people in and involve them in what they are reading.
Give them stories, examples, advice....all these things will make them want to read more. Also, you have undertaken some valiant, but hard subjects. In doing so, you have to work harder to get and keep your audience. Make it feel more personal and I think you will accomplish your goal.
Good luck to you!
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