I've been writing for HubPages about a month now and have written 11 hubs. I was wondering if I could get some constructive feedback on what I've been doing right and what areas I need improvement on... Here is my latest:
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-Do-Stock-Op … -Explained
It is a concise, informative, and well-written hub on a good topic. I think your first image is not sophisticated, you can do better than bundles of dollar bills. How about something to capture the atmosphere of high-tech trading?
Is the text broken up in to different text capsules? if so give them keyword optimzed headers, if not, break the text up and add those headers! Will help with your SEO
Also, bold/italic your keywords a couple of times in the document (not too much).
Could you be a bit more specific? Which hubs, what makes them great in your opinion, and so forth...
OK, I didn’t want to write here very long statement.
Enni82’s hubs are detailed and very informative. I like also that he isn’t writing only those 300 words hubs. (I’m not condemning short hubs, from time to time they are absolutely great too.)
For example, “Google – A Bright 2011” shows that the writer is able to describe things clearly, logically, and still arousing curiosity or attention. In my eyes, he is a very talented writer. This hub is a very felicitous prognosis for Google. I enjoyed reading it, especially the information about Android and Chrome. (I think, in the third line below the image “Where are we now?” should be “Chrome browser” not “brower”. Sorry, I see “things” , though I myself am very far to be perfect as well.)
I liked also “Google Maps 5.0 for Android Smartphones and Tablets” – a very interesting feature for Android is the 3D browsing over the cities. Though…When I would be Enn82, I would make more paragraphs in my writings. It is easier for our human eyes, to read on the screen when we see a little bit more white spaces, I think.
Very useful information also in hub, “You finally have an Android Mobile Phone, Now What??? Tips and Apps Review”. I like most the “Barcode Scanner” .
I hope that my constructive critic was better this time :-).
I didn't say anything about the Stock-Hub, I think it's a good one - it looks like it is ... I'm too lazy to read it ... Hmmm Sorry.
Much better, thank you! This is the Extreme Hub Makeover forum, after all.
I just read through the hub. This is a subject which I knew absolutely NOTHING about, and I got what you were saying, which is a good sign! This was very well-written, and it's great that you had the poll, the video, and the graph.
One little suggestion I would make is it to put headings on sections, to make it easier to read, and maybe try breaking up the sections a bit more, with either a bit more space, or an image or video. That would have helped me, who is a total neophyte when it comes to this subject.
Thank you, hopefully you will get an answer. My guess is that it is a technical hub, so leaving the comments capsule out could be because of a wish to avoid all sorts of technical questions. As well as sarcasm from fanboys of this-versus-that operating system or browser, for that matter.
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