What is the better way to layout my Hubs? Calling any help.
If you look at my Top 10 Fastest Players in NFL History, my layout was very basic, but doing my top 10 returners in NFL history, I did something different, and i'm thinking about switching to that sort of layout.
My only concern is that everything looks too bunched up. I'm just wondering as far as layouts for the hub if there is anything I can do to benefit the reader. You guys know better than me, so even it's a complete turn for layout, I want to put out the best hub possible. Any information will do wonders for me.
Any help is much appreciated!
I like the layout for your "fastest players" article much better. The images in the second one are too big. It's easier to read the information when it's typed instead of in a picture. I would recommend that you keep the image with the stats for your #1 guy because it would be great for pinterest.
I would also recommend that you include links to your other articles at the end of each one instead of linking back to your profile. That way someone who found it from google can just click through to your next article instead of trying to navigate hubpages. This can also be achieved by putting your articles in a group.
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