I'm Navaneeth and I'm new to hubpages.I have written 3 hubs . What I found out was Writing on horses was a mistake as no one read it, while writing on hair care with oil and where tiger woods went wrong as a married man was well appreciated.
I think this hub on horse is the best I have written among the three.
Its URL is
http://hubpages.com/hub/HORSE-HEALTH-TI … -etc-happy
The Tiger Woods hub is what I call a "no-brainer". Anyone can take certain subjects and just mention them in a hub title and get some immediate traffic.
I wrote several hubs with Jackson's name in the title just to prove this point.
Anyway, don't sweat it. Write what you want to write and enjoy yourself.
That's what i do.
be careful of the pics you use though or whom you piss off in forums.
I have had people get annoyed with my opinions and turn me in to the admin at which point I was subjected to many of my hubs being pulled off the air at one time.
that's why I am where I am now instead of at 89.
Don't stress your score either. It has very little to do with your actual writing.
The mistake that you have committed is: That you only published this hub 5 hours ago, yet you intimate that this is not so!
Re views: Obviously page views will be down as it probably hasn't even been picked up yet with search engines.
Have a look at what you have posted..... and don't treat us as fools! If you want your hubs viewed and critiqued objectively.. then say so.
Hi Pearl diver,
Thank you for your comment. what I meant was that within one hour I had a lot of view for the other two and not even one even after 5 hours for horse health
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