I Just Want To Make Sure I'm Off To A Good Start

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  1. jessemcduffee profile image37
    jessemcduffeeposted 7 years ago

    First Forum Post:

    I have 12, 900-1,500 word posted hubs. I have received exactly 100 views altogether in the last 48 hours. I am going for a niche in SEO and Adsense but have written an article on an Amazon Kindle and a non-competitive Adwords: Plan B skateboarding. I was wondering if you can give me tips to get more viewers and possibly tell me how the layout looks through a quick look.
    Thanks, Jesse

    P.S.- much better place to post than anywhere else thus far. I am not self promoting either, so if you feel I am I will take down the post immediately. I am just looking for some tips from fellow experienced hubbers.


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  2. lrohner profile image80
    lrohnerposted 7 years ago

    The place to post links to your hubs and ask for critique is in the Extreme Hub Makeover forum. I've asked to have this moved, so if you can't find it later on, look over there. smile

    The layout of your hubs looks good. As to the SEO hub, I wouldn't title it or have a URL that uses the phrase "AdSense tricks." I don't think Google likes that very much. And I saw an awful lot of grammar and spelling issues in there, so I personally didn't find it a very enjoyable read. I also think you should qualify what you wrote about keyword density, as Google does not use that as a criteria any more.

    Your games hub looked really good, although you have a glaring typo in the title. I have the feeling it's going to be a very popular hub!

    Well done!

    1. jessemcduffee profile image37
      jessemcduffeeposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks for your opinion. I know, I always have had problems with grammatical mistakes. I work online as a freelancer elsewhere and get that a lot : ( Anyway,  have a good one irohner

      1. jessemcduffee profile image37
        jessemcduffeeposted 7 years agoin reply to this

        I was wondering if word density does not matter at all anymore. How do pages get ranked higher on Google, just simply high quality content?
        Thanks, Jesse


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