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Good evening fellow hubbers! Would love it if you could give me some tips/critique/comments on my first two published hubs.. they are about surfing, my number one passion.. after the missus of course;p
Have a lovely evening, looking forward to hearing your comments.
Thank you Tantrum! Really appreciate it. Have just visited your hubs aswell, and fell in love with your way of writing..
She touches my skin
I dream of surfing boldly
the waves of my mind.
Very neat hubs, the ultimate experience hub was genuinely gripping. I shivered involentarily. Twice.
I worry a little about the waves in the title. A search engine might decide this is a misspelling. Misspellings cost you Google love and lower your rankings.
Also, if you interested in making money here, I would recommend a look at http://blog.hubpages.com/2009/07/how-to … hub-topic/
Its all about keywords.
Great surfing experience! I even had my husband read it (he loves surfing) and he thought it was pretty awesome, said it was really suspenseful!
WittyWordsmith: Thank you so much! Really heartwarming and inspiring to hear you say that.
Crazdwriter: Thank you! I am up to ten hubs now. If they are great.. well, that can be discussed..
If I may ask you something - how the heck have you got 136 fans in only two months?
I only had 100 before I was banned - then I returned and have only got 26 of those back.
What is your secret?
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