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  1. mypleasurefantasy profile image89
    mypleasurefantasyposted 7 years ago

    I would love if someone would tell me if my hubs suck or are good and how to improve. I love to write about anything, and my grammar isn't perfect, but I'm human. So please, let me know

  2. lrohner profile image82
    lrohnerposted 7 years ago

    It might help if you could choose one or two hubs that you would be most interested in getting feedback on. Although we would love to, most of the hubbers don't have the time to review all 15 of your hubs. smile

    Oh, and this is the forum where you can feel free to post links to them.

  3. Mikeydoes profile image74
    Mikeydoesposted 7 years ago

    It is easier if you pick one or two to review. That way we can help you on your favorites. Give me a minute I'll look a couple over.

    http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-find-the … r-tantrums

    Just me personally if I see a big wall of texts I usually click away, so if its good content I wouldn't know.

    You have the most important thing, the content. It is obvious that you know about the subject of toddlers and their tantrums. So you did the hard part.

    What I recommend doing is breaking them into different capsules.
    Since Ironher posted here, take a look at this hub.

    Ironher breaks everything down and makes it easy to find what you really want to read about. Just by seeing the bold titles. Also all of the pictures make it much more enjoyable.

    It all looks very hard to do, but it is SOO easy.

    For instance http://hubpages.com/hub/low-glycemic-in … -diabetics

    See how it looks neat and clean.

    If you really wanted to make a great page you can add videos of your kid having a tantrum, which will only make the page that much better.

    Also Keywords are very important. It is necessary that you revamp them. You want people to read your page, so you need to have it available to them on Google search. What you want to do is think of things you would put in the search box if you were looking for  funny kids tantrums(Your title and keywords should match up).

    Some keywords you might want to think about using:
    Funny kid tantrums
    Children tantrums
    funny tantrums

    Check list:
    -add more pictures(move the one from your kid down from the top as well)
    -Revamp keywords(search more about SEO if you want to learn about it)
    -Join Amazon associates and add Amazon capsules.
    -Write more hubs and read read read!! You are doing a great job.

    Believe me I was there too, 1 picture and a big body of text, just 2 months ago, I've edited all of my hubs countless times and need to continue to. Still learning.

    http://hubpages.com/hub/Digital-Photogr … y-of-Light

    This could be an excellent one(its almost there), I am seriously impressed by everything on there.

    digital photography Quality of Light, Is the title, and in your keywords none of those words are in there. This is very important that you do this.

    So add "digital photography quality of light"

    You have great pictures, the only thing is you can have pictures next to the text. I Put every photo in its own capsule. That way I can move it where I'd like.

    Seriously you have very great content.

    Pretty much make this http://hubpages.com/hub/Digital-Photogr … y-of-Light
    Look more like this http://hubpages.com/hub/low-glycemic-in … -diabetics
    (at the very top notice how there is text there so the Ads show)

    Please learn as much as you can about keywords and tidying up your hubs, that is the one thing I notice.

    Like I said I am still learning, if you need any help or advice, I will do my best to help! Good Luck!

    1. mypleasurefantasy profile image89
      mypleasurefantasyposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      WOW!! Thank you for your detailed feedback. I will definately start doing that. I didn't realize pictures in everything makes things not so wordy. I appreciate it!