What are some examples of hubs containing high quality book reviews?
I'd like to improve my existing book review and learn how to write a strong hubstyle book review. Would you please point me to one?
You're welcome to take a look at my book reviews if you like . I wouldn't say they're necessarily specifically "hub style", but they do earn fairly well (mainly with Amazon sales) and I've been working on my review style for about seven years now. If you'd like, I'd be willing to comment on your existing review(s) with suggestions. Another thing that I often find helpful is to end with a blurb about, "Please leave me a comment and let me know what you think," or, "Was this helpful? Let me know what else you'd like to see here!" or something like that. No one is more helpful for fine-tuning articles and reviews than the people who seek them out and read them, and know what kind of information they want for their buying decision.
Thank you very much wychic. I saw took a look at some of your kids books reviews they are indeed high quality. I like the way you weave sharing a story about you're kids into the review. I may explore sharing clinical stories from my private practice working with couples into my own efforts. Thank you for the input!
Experimenting with book reviews in verse versions and always looking for enthusiastic readers, who love to write about the books, there are plenty of us up there...just look in 'literature section on hubpages'....good luck with your reading and writing:)
by lilibees 7 years ago
Can I write a Hub on a book review even if I felt negatively about it?
by Sherry Venegas 23 months ago
I am preparing a Hub for LetterPile about an author, and if I see traffic improvement, I will add some established and new book reviews of his titles. I would like some feedback on your experience in the new Vertical for books. I did see good results in Dengarden, traffic of over 200 views a day...
by sunforged 7 years ago
http://www.google.com/support/forum/p/W … &hl=en"According to our metrics, this update improves overall search quality. However, we are interested in hearing feedback from site owners and the community as we continue to refine our algorithms. If you know of a high quality site that...
by John Coviello 6 years ago
What do you think of book reviews in which the reviewer gives away the book plot?Does anyone else find it annoying when you go to Amazon or some other place on the Internet to see book reviews, and you find reviews that rehash the story plot? For one, it seems unecessary. We can get the...
by Falsor Wing 8 years ago
I have found that how-to articles especially about SEO and health and wellness seem to be winning hubs monitarily. Does anyone know if there's any money in book and/or movie reviews?
by Simon Cook 9 years ago
I'm experiment with certain types of Hubs to see what makes money or not - so far my 'Games Cheat' hubs are the most successful.I've decided to try a different approach and write Book Reviews. The format is simple - a quick synospsis followed by a review of perhaps 300 words. I list some similar...
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