Was the special diet angle a bad idea for a hub?
http://hubpages.com/hub/Party-Food-Reci … cial-Diets
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I checked out your hub and have a few suggestions.
(a) The top/first text capsule with a picture next to it, move the picture down, so you can open up prime ad space for adsense.
(b) The top/first text capsule could be broken into two separate capsules. When you create a second capsule for the secondary part of listed below your paragraph, you will then have a picture to put along side it.
(c) The bottom of the hub where you have listed other hubs...and other websites...switch these two around, so the white space at the bottom disappears. Remember, every text or link capsule will wrap wording around whatever is to the right of it. So, move your linked hub capsule to the left, and put your other linked website capsule to the other side, so the wording of the longer of the two will wrap around the other.
(d) The keywords/tags should be at minimum 9-15 words or phrases people will put into search engines to find your hub. You have "special diets" in your title, yet you do not have it in your keywords/tags section.
Other than that--seems like a good topic.
Looks good to me! Content is well written and clear, images go along with your text. The only minor detail I saw was an HTML thing: "Quick &amp; Easy Vegetarian Recipes" instead of putting the ampersand in, the page is displaying the HTML code for ampersand - may be from a copy and paste from a different format - I suspect you can go in and hand edit it.
I'm not an expert on ad placement, etc., but Cagsil's advice makes sense!
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