Any general or specific advice on any/all of my hubs...
How can I attract more traffic?
How can I get more adsense clicks?
How can I make more amazon sales?
All comments and criticisms are welcome and appreciated.
I looked at a couple of your hubs, and really, they aren't too bad at all. In fact, your hub about computers provided a wealth of great information.
My suggestions: Learn all you can about SEO and how Keywords attract traffic (and high paying ads). I looked at your keywords and while they were alright, I did see a couple problems. On your hub, "Lower Back Pain: Effective Tips for Long Term Relief", your top three keywords were, "lower back", "back pain", and "for best". The first two are alright for ads, but to gain traffic, I don't know how well they'll do. The reason is this: There are already a thousand articles done on this topic, all using those same keywords. Finding the right slant takes a bit of practice anyway..
But, my friend, that is a minor thing. I found your hubs to be informative, readable, well presented, and interesting - what more can you ask for?
As far as getting more traffic, clicks, etc., that just comes with time and shameless promotion - and a little tweaking on keywords and adsense.
Thanks for sharing! Great hubs!
I looked at the AFL player one.
I would recommend making more text capsules. Breaking up your big wall of texts into groups makes more room for pictures and amazon ads. If you break the text up and add titles to describe what you will be talking about, it will make your hubs that much better.
You seem to have tons of knowledge on your topics, but now make the page look crisp and clean. Remember you want views from Google.
Make it look more like this one.
This is a good one, however I would recommend making it so your adsense ads are at the top.
For instance I just picked one of Urbane's random hubs.
Notice how there is text and next to that text is an ad. You want that on all of your pages.
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