I have just created my first Hub page .... Please can you give me your thoughts...
your hub is overly promotional and will be unpublished soon http://hubpages.com/faq/#overly_promotional
Add more text to the first text capsule - and move the picture capsule down, to the right of the second one. This will allow for better placement of the ad block, which will appear to the right of your first capsule.
Tags - you don't have enough. Get into using at least 20 or so associated tags. If you lack any paid for software, uses Google. It tells you what it wants to see on page. Do a search for Google keyword tool. Input your main keyword, turn the search to 'exact' and use the best associated keywords that are returned.
Also type your keyword into Google, scroll down the page and see what's at the bottom. I got: sony crt tv, what does crt tv stand for, crt tv reviews etc.
Make better use of your headers - and as for the changes you made, they're the right ones. Two outbound links only.
Good luck and Welcome to HubPages
How about that :-)
Ok I can see some improvements - a few more tags etc. But you need around 150 words in your first text capsule - then the ad block will move up to the top - which is where it's best placed.
Tags are important - and you do need more. Find some - and no general ones like 'television', make them count
Good stuff though!
I hope everyone enjoys....
Anything else before I start the next one?
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