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  1. dylananthony4u profile image59
    dylananthony4uposted 2 months ago

    I'd like feedback on this article. Thanks.

    https://discover.hubpages.com/animals/m … -the-world

    1. Jodah profile image91
      Jodahposted 2 months agoin reply to this

      I think you could do with a slightly longer introduction, and also a prologue or ending. The article seemed to end abruptly. You also need to attribute all the photos. Otherwise, it is an attractive and informative article. Though the topic has been covered a lot.

      1. dylananthony4u profile image59
        dylananthony4uposted 2 months agoin reply to this

        Thanks for the feedback, Jodah. I did keyword research and saw it had low KD. I'm going to keep adding to the list to make mine stand out from the rest. What else can I do to make it rank higher on google and how long does it take?

        1. Jodah profile image91
          Jodahposted 2 months agoin reply to this

          No worries Dylan. Maybe it is just that I have noticed a lot of articles on the world’s deadliest snakes because I am Australian and we have a few, but I know another hubber here who often writes on the subject..Larry Slawson... https://owlcation.com/stem/Top-Ten-Dead … -the-World
          Do whatever you can to make yours stand out.

  2. AliciaC profile image96
    AliciaCposted 2 months ago

    This could be the basis of a great article. You should add a bio linked to your love and/or knowledge of snakes at the top of the article via the settings in your profile. You should also add a brief statement relating to how you decided to rank the snakes.

    I know the latest recommendation is for short paragraphs in an article, but one sentence in a paragraph seems too short to me. You should briefly explain what LD50 means for the benefit of readers who have never heard of it before. You should also briefly define any science terms that a reader may not have heard of before, such as presynaptic and postsynaptic neurotoxins.

    One major omission in the article is a lack of references. There are no indications on your profile that you have a background in studying snakes or in biology, so references are important. You have included two references within the article, but you need more. You also need to state the source and license of each photo, as John says.

    I just did a quick search for your title after reading John's comment. He's right. The topic has been covered a lot. Other people have written about the "20 Most Venomous Snakes" and have used this phrase in their title. Some have added "in the World" afterwards, too. You should take this into account when you are editing your article.

    1. Olealea profile image54
      Olealeaposted 2 months agoin reply to this

      Hi.  AliciaC. Thanks for giving me advice

    2. dylananthony4u profile image59
      dylananthony4uposted 2 months agoin reply to this

      Thanks Linda. I'm going for short paragraphs to improve chances of the article getting featured on google snippets. I just read somewhere it helps if it's not more than 40 - 60 words.

      1. Olealea profile image54
        Olealeaposted 2 months agoin reply to this

        I think that's a great start

 
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