no one wants to play my game
Alright - I know sometimes I pout a lot, but it's all in good fun. (most of the time). I published a hub yesterday & it's a game on how well you can judge someone at first glance. I thought it would be fun and maybe not WILDLY popular, but at least interesting enough for SOME people to want to play. Can anyone tell me what I could change or improve to make it more appealing? The hub is called "Game: Can you tell?" - you'll have to find it on my profile because I don't know how to add links in a question.
My first thought is to maybe make it more self-explanatory from the title, i.e. "Game: Can You Judge a Person by Their Cover?" or something like that...I know if a title doesn't grab my attention then I won't even look at what something is about.
I'm trying that, because it sounds like great advice. It can now be found under: "Game: You can't judge a book by it's cover, or can you?"
Kind of long, but we'll see how that goes. Thanks for your tip!
I do welcome others to put their 2 cents in, but as I can only add 1 answer to this question, I won't be able to comment back.
I would play the game if there was a button to press to give the answer, also if i didn't have to keep scrolling up and down the screen to read the question and go back to the pic to have a look. Not sure if this would be easy to do in the format of a HubPage though.
Well done for writing so many hubs since you (recently) joined! I wish I was as prolific as you!
wychic is right, and the title is perfect, exactly 55 characters which is just the right amount of characters for google.
The title is more appealing than it was, and I for once I agree, I won't even look at the hub if the title doesn't interest me!
I started to play... but there were too many questions (requiring too much brain power) for me to focus long enough to give a qualified, thoughtful answer.
Sorry, i'm the product of too much twitter. Keep it to 140 characters and I'll play.
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