please note... i have little knowledge (some may consider it as NO knowledge) of SEO, keywords, serps (I have just been reading up on that today)...
Welcome to Hubpages!
Having written 4 hubs in 2 weeks is better than a lot of other people who simply join and never write a word. If you're already earning from your hubs, then I would say you're off to a good start, especially after two weeks.
However, as this is the Extreme Hub Makeover forum thread, I would suggest you post a few links of hubs you would like reviewed, critiqued or advice on.
You can always post more links at a later time. If you have particular hubs you would like checked, then post those hub links and I'm sure the community will be glad to help. And, yes I realize that the forum rules state that you cannot start or open thread with links, but since this is the Extreme Hub Makeover forum thread(which that rules doesn't apply to), you can post links.
Just thought you should know.
thank you for the clarification i wasnt aware of those rules, but am glad that ive been enlightened!
I'll post the links below, but let me know if you think i should start a new thread instead...
Joint Supplements: Improve Your Joint Health the Natural Way
Carbohydrates, Proteins & Fats 101
8 Great Tips for a Healthier Life
http://hubpages.com/hub/8-Great-Tips-fo … thier-Life
Ovarian Cysts: Symptoms, Treatments & Links to Endometrial Cancer
these are hubs of mine, all constructive remarks, tips & positive comments are welcome
It is definitely a good start if not great. Welcome to HubPages!
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