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Your hub - are you meaning to write commercially and/or to be 'found' by search engines?
If so - it's too short. You need to give more to the reader - a minimum of 500 words but aim higher, 800 or more. Make use of headers - H2, H3 etc. Hubpages provides you with the tools in the text capsules. Check them out, explore and use them.
Your keywords/tags - too general. Tighten them up. Use Googles keyword tool, it's free.
Insert media, by way of breaking up the text. Encourage your reader to stay on page (just a little longer), rather than making a hasty exit.
Search and read the following hubbers - Mark Knowles, relache, Darkside, Sunforged, ryankett, Lissie. learn from them and you'll be good to go
You're welcome. And I hope I haven't made you feel rubbish. You asked. And as one of our lovely hubbers Pearldiver calls this forum - Extreme Rakeover or some such.
It can get kinda stingy but it's constructive, not mean in any way
Hey don't worry i knew it wasn't great that's why i need the help.
CC4u, practice makes perfect. Just keep going. You'll get better. Also, checkout some of the other excellent hubs.
thanks for the encouragement i appreciate it. Makes me motivated for my next hub.
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