I recently put up my first piece of fan fiction, based on the Worgen starting experience for World of Warcraft
Anyone feel like being kind and giving me a critique ?
http://hubpages.com/hub/Warcraft-Worgen … side-Scoop
Is Warcraft fanfic authorised? If not you might get Hubpages in hiot water with the trademark owners.
Not my cup of tea, so I have to admit I didn't read it all, but I do have some advice...
Break up the text into two or three text capsules. Not only will it be easier on the eyes, but it will allow for more ads to show. You might want to beef up your tags as well.
As an outsider the content is all gobbledegook to me, but I'm sure your target audience will appreciate it.
You do not have any Amazon adds on the page,you can put two together, side by side, from what I hear the topic is quite popular on the web, so you might have some luck with them, you never know.
I have been told a news or RSS feed prolongs the life of a hub, and maybe you could add a few more tags.
I'm not completely up on them myself, but there is plenty of advice on hub pages, if you search for it.
If you need help with these issue then check out popular hubs and see how the page is set up
I'm new to hubpages and have been told all this recently and it has Improved the quality of my hubs.
I learnt from ryankett, so you can check him out if you like.
I'm not quite finished the hub...had to take a little break - the narrative seems lengthy with a LOT of details in it...
I like what I'm reading and realize a lot of details are needed, so it's a visual, attention-span thing that made me take a break.
If you can break the text up, use BOLD headings with words that will draw/maintain the reader's attention to stay focused, I think you'll keep the interest of readers like myself - who like this sort of fiction.
Personally, again - I am enjoying the fiction...just had to take a break....if you break the text up, you'll probably help readers to "classify" the info they're reading, so be careful, too, about HOW you break up the words and make topical/themed headings. Perhaps ask questions in the headings - this usually makes reader's minds turn to pondering over the question which, in turn, presses a reader to go further, stay focused - or else re-focus in bits, according to how you break things up in possible sub-headings, etc.
...just some suggestions.
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