Amazon Sales Hub -- first real attempt

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  1. Abbasangel profile image72
    Abbasangelposted 7 years ago

    I wrote a hub about baits for fishing in Gippsland

    http://hubpages.com/hub/The-best-buys-f … ias-fishes

    I had 16 hits within the first day and no comments, but I would like to know if this is how you do it...

    I have read a ton on writing them however doubts arise questioning if I have done it correctly

    I would love some feed back...

    1. bigocean profile image77
      bigoceanposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      Hello,
        I would like to know what country you're talking about and the fishing location you're discussing.  I would have add more information about fishing before I started selling items. Is Gippsland really a place??? I have no clue about it. I think the layout looks fine.

      1. Abbasangel profile image72
        Abbasangelposted 7 years agoin reply to this

        Gippsland is a region in Victoria Australia.... The link at the bottom of the page to Kilcunda and Powlett river give more information, but thanks for the advice, I will fix up the location better!! Thanks for your feed back!! smile

  2. AirportCS profile image59
    AirportCSposted 7 years ago

    I have posted a comment in your Hub. I have posted my first hub but I think picture makes it look better. Because now a days people likes pictures and videos than writings..... I would like you to tell me how do I make myself better because you have posted 29 HUBs in 7 weeks and you have 36 followers, whereas I have 1 hub and no followers sad

    http://hubpages.com/hub/Facilities-Meri … -In-London

    1. Abbasangel profile image72
      Abbasangelposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      It took a while to get followers however followers who are interested in Australia or have lived near or around the regions I wrote about in my things to do hubs are how I attracted most of my followers, I got some through my forum talk and others through my religious hubs...

      You look like you are very new here... and followers isn't the be all and end because in the end its unlikely that they will buy my things.. or click on ads... You need search engine traffic for that.

      I really appreciated your comment and responded on my hub as well! Thanks for taking the time to read it!

      1. Abbasangel profile image72
        Abbasangelposted 7 years agoin reply to this

        Just checked out your hub and its all pictures, which can make it difficult to get search engine traffic as the spider bots don't know what they are reading because there is very little to read and they don't see the screen to read, so I would also write about something in a text box...

        Also if you write informative peices about airport parking vs taking a shuttle -- security vs security and price etc...

        You have what is called a niche topic and you could also write funny stories about getting to the airport dramas and linking to this hub... You will get hub followers by attracting them with what interests them, good writing and that is about all...

  3. 2uesday profile image83
    2uesdayposted 7 years ago

    Firstly I know nothing about fishing, but the hub looks good. Some one with more expertise might be able to offer advice on tweaking the layout.


    It might be worth thinking about and researching titles and URL's for hubs.

    If you want search engine traffic then I think the title needs to reflect what people will type into a search engine to read about the subject. There is information about this on the site possibly on the learning center (bottom of the page) or help button (top of the page). Some of the Hubber's here write hubs about How to Hub which relate to titles and URL's.

    Hope this is helpful.

  4. IzzyM profile image89
    IzzyMposted 7 years ago

    I don't think informational and sales hub mix too well - you really want to be one or the other.
    The focus of your hub seems to be on fishing in your area of Australia and how to catch the types of fish caught there.
    This will give you limited scope for sales, unless they happen to be Australian fishermen.
    Your sales hubs focus on the product, not the area, types of fish nor how to catch them. A sales hubs assume the reader already knows all those things, but now want to buy the products, therefore what you write will be orientated towards what the product actually offers the buyer, if you see the difference.

    1. Abbasangel profile image72
      Abbasangelposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks Izzy!!! I see that is a good difference!! Thanks heaps!!

 
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