1. AskAshlie3433 profile image56
    AskAshlie3433posted 7 years ago

    I have been here for a little over a month. I would like a professional hubber to check out my hubs and give me some feedback. I have google adsense and anylactic. What do my hubs need to make money? Anything would be grateful. Thank you

    1. Darrke Thoughts profile image59
      Darrke Thoughtsposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      I think you would get more responses if you posted a link to just one of your hubs.

      All your titles are ALL CAPS.  That makes them hard to read, and is considered shouting on the Internet.  You would probably get more clicks with Title Case Titles.

      You have a lot of religion and political hubs and I've heard those are particularly bad categories (all mine are too, but I'm not trying mainly to make money).

      I picked the most "commercial" sounding hub to look at closer:

      The reason I liked this in terms of making money was that insurance is a topic that attracts high paying ads, and the single dad trying to get insurance sounds like a good niche.

      In spite of the insurance slant, this is still a political rant.  If someone disagrees with your point of view they will click away intead of reading and possibly clicking on one of your ads.

      Your writing doesn't flow very well.  I'd suggest re-reading it (out loud).  Is this the way you talk?  I don't think so based on your question above and your profile introduction.  Try to make if flow better. 

      If your intention is to draw people into your subject with the story of a single dad who can't get insurance, give him a name.  Make a real emergency that he needs the insurance for (maybe the bad teeth make it hard for him to find a job?)  Give people something more solid to relate to, even if you have to be a little creative and make up a few details.

      I think that will help either way, if you get people interested in your story they will be more likely to read on through your political point of view as well as stick around to click on ads.

      I do think you need to decide which you are trying to accomplish with your hubs.  You can write both.  Some hubs to persuade people, and other hubs to sell.  But trying to do both in the same hub is probably a mistake.

      Well, I hope some of the other more expereienced hubbers will jump in here too.  But that's my 2 cents.  Good luck!