I'd like feedback on my article: Best Cheap Goalkeepers Fifa 19 Ultimate Team

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  1. Mr Awbery profile image87
    Mr Awberyposted 7 weeks ago

    Hi Hubbers,

    I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my article? What can I do to improve? Thanks!
    Here is my article: Best Cheap Goalkeepers Fifa 19 Ultimate Team

    1. quotations profile image94
      quotationsposted 7 weeks agoin reply to this

      I am confused by your title. How can a goal keeper be Best and Cheap?

      And then in your first paragraph you state:



      What does that mean? What is a budget option for a position? If you define it later in your article, it should be right at the beginning to explain the thesis of your article. I stopped reading soon after that, bewildered by what seems to be irrelevant adjectives and superlatives. Maybe I just don't understand soccer jargon, but this really stood out for me.

      1. theraggededge profile image96
        theraggededgeposted 7 weeks agoin reply to this

        It's a computer game smile

        1. quotations profile image94
          quotationsposted 7 weeks agoin reply to this

          So is the best and cheap referring to buying these players within the game? If so, I think that should be expanded on.

          1. Mr Awbery profile image87
            Mr Awberyposted 7 weeks agoin reply to this

            I appreciate the feedback.

            The best cheap goalkeepers was intended to suggest who in the game was the most quality on a budget. It’s a computer game and players cost more/less, so the article is trying to help those who are on a budget find the best options. Would budget be a better word than cheap?

            I’m not sure how this affected my quality control application, which I was really looking to resolve, but I take on board the criticism and will attempt to address your issues!

            1. quotations profile image94
              quotationsposted 7 weeks agoin reply to this

              Please forgive my confusion. I was unfamiliar with this game. I see now what you are getting at.

              It might be better to frame the title as a question, and then answer it in the body of the article. For example, you could say "How to get the best FIFA goalkeepers at the lowest price" (not quite like that, but generally as a question. You should play around with the wording. Use phrasing that a person googling this question might actually use.) Then answer the question the article.

              An article that clearly answers the question in the title will score better on the quality assessment.

              1. Mr Awbery profile image87
                Mr Awberyposted 7 weeks agoin reply to this

                Oh I absolutely understand. Thanks for that.

                So I could frame it as “who are the best value for money goalkeepers in FIFA ultimate team?”

                1. quotations profile image94
                  quotationsposted 7 weeks agoin reply to this

                  That sounds good to me. However, before picking the exact wording I would suggest that 1) you use Google's search suggestion tool to see what kinds of phrases develop based on your initial word combination. For example "best Fifa ultimate team goalkeepers" and use these suggestions to brainstorm. 2) search for what you are writing about to see how other people have named their articles or phrased the question. It is also a good way to brainstorm and come up with the best wording.

                  1. Mr Awbery profile image87
                    Mr Awberyposted 7 weeks agoin reply to this

                    I appreciate the feedback.

                    I do, however, not really understand how impactful this will be for my articles being featured. Is the title really that important when it comes to their decision to feature or not?

  2. Mr Awbery profile image87
    Mr Awberyposted 7 weeks ago

    These have been really insightful, I’ll definitely go away and Address the concerns you’ve raised tonight.

    Thanks!

 
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