Please review and comment on my Insignificant article:
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I am not really sure what your reason for writing here on HP is. If you are trying to get traffic, this essay will be sure to get insignificant numbers of visitors. If you are just trying to write an essay, this is okay but since no one is going to read it any ideas that you have are just going to be buried.
Essays are not popular on the internet. Most people want to read something that will help them in their daily life. (Do you use Googles search function? How often do you search for an essay?)
If this is what you want to write though there are things you need to change for the page having a chance to succeed. The first is the title. All of your essays are the same. NO ONE is ever going to search for those titles in a search engine. If you want to improve look at some other writers and see how their titles are written, read about writing titles on SEO sites, etc. (This article, for example, could be titled "Why are insects so insignificant?" It may not have much traffic but at least it tells you about the first section. If you want the title to reflect what the article is about you need to change it.)
Your paragraphs are long and blocky. Imagine you are trying to read this on a smart phone. Even if someone did open it up, they are probably going to leave as soon as they see the way it is composed.
Finally, make the article clear and related to the title. If you cannot do this then it is not going to do well.
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