just rewritten this hub for the second time, have I overdone it on the amazon front, and also this is the first time I have used links, can they be improved?
http://hubpages.com/hub/Text-acronyms-A … xt-virgins
I didn't really find the amazon products listed as very relevant to the hub and with the ads, links, and news capsule your giving people a lot of different things to click on and I doubt you'll really get many Amazon hits as a result.
I would suggest lengthening the hub a little and putting the news capsule after the comments section as well as trying to find some better Amazon products to feature
As the hub is about acronyms, I don't find any problem with including Amazon links to mobile phones that lets face it, are used for texting.
I am just amazed that there are still people who don't know all the common internet acronyms! I'd have written a hub myself if I thought that everyone didn't already know - especially the young ones!
Newbies come to the web and texting every day, as in my case,and children become teenager every day,. So there will always be a need for this type of information. So I say go for it ,if you have experience with it, then share it.
I did not see the original hub. But still, I have a couple of suggestions:
1. Your links invite your readers to leave your hub. I think it might benefit you to link to several of your own hubs. Give your readers lots of opportunities to go to your other hubs.
2. You have no word anchors which is a great way to link to other relevant hubs you have.
3. The Amazon stuff is hard to figure out. It works best for people who know how to use analytics and see what happened to their visitors so I have read. Unfortunately, I have not figured it out yet. But I am getting closer.
4. Your tags have a couple of irrelevancies, I do this too, but we need to watch it. For example, virgin may be a high traffic keyword, but for a tag, your information is not really about virgins, this can bring in worthless traffic.
I don't have much to add here, except that I doubt that you will sell any/many Amazon products from this hub. In my experience, in order to be successful selling Amazon products on HP, you need to SELL them--not arbitrarily throw them up on a hub. Hope you prove me wrong though!
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