Acting on Maddie Ruud's description of what this forum is for, I would love to hear from you about my hub:
Welcome to HubPages.
On your hub-
(a) It is too short - a quality hub is more than 600 words(min.)
(b) The topic is interesting, but you hurt yourself without a comment box for the expression you ask for? Makes no sense.
(c) SEO techniques, such as keywords/tags, should be about 9-15 keywords/tags.
Yes, I realize it told you that you required only two to publish the hub, but more relevant keywords/tags help with more traffic from Search Engines.
I just hope you are prepared for the comments you will receive. Other than that, have a great day.
Thanks for the response, Cagsil. All is duly noted. I regard the absence of a comment box a filtering mechanism. Have a good day also.
A filtering mechanism?
You cannot ask for someone's feedback/criticism/praise or opinion and then not give them a way to give you what you asked for.
If anything, it will be seen as deceptive, and you will filter out a poor message to your reader.
Just another thought.
It's a bit short and needs a comments module like Cags said. The theories are entertaining though, and the writing is fine. Would have liked to see something more substantive worked in to support the claims a little rather than getting only creative speculation. It seems incomplete that way. Given that it doesn't have a comments capsule, it seems as if it is unwilling to stand by its claims and is really just meant to be a funnel to the other website linked at the bottom. Readers might feel used or cheated with so little meat to chew on for their courtesy of haven given THIS article a read.
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