I'm a newbie here. I signed up over the weekend and just finished my first hub. I'd like to get feedback on it and learn how to improve.
Thank you for reading.
Your hubpage is quite good and makes for interesting reading.
I would suggest two things. One is to break your writing up into paragraphs as reading all one block is tiresome. Many paragraphs containing each point is far better to read.
Secondly, read other hubs to learn the tricks of making hubpages etc.
There are some very talented writers here at hubpages and they will provide you with all the information you will need.
Here my friend. Hope this helps. its written by a very talented hubber friend of mine
Oops. My Hub is: http://hubpages.com/hub/Online-Business … Be-My-Year
Thanks I would love to have your feedback.
Hey, by the way, you look like a famous actor. I can't remember his name because I'm not that much into movies, but he played in the kids film, "Spy Kids" several years ago.
As above, break up the big text blocks, but otherwise a very good first hub with lots of different capsules. More like this and you should succeed!
NoRR4Me, I agree - if you're going to have photos and ads in the right hand column, your paragraphs should be shorter than usual. Yours are still too long.
The Hub you were recommended has one bad piece of advice in it. Don't have an "intro photo"! The top right-hand corner is the prime position for an ad - either Adsense, eBay or whatever you're signed up for.
The thumbnail for your Hub will use the first photo - whether it's at the top of the Hub, halfway down or at the end. So move the photo down.
Oh. ok. Thank you Marissa. I plan to edit it later into shorter paragraphs. I will move the picture too. Great advice. Thanks again!
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