This hub is getting good amount of views, not sure how many hubbers have come across it.
I'm expecting suggestions, opinions that would be greatly appreciated
It's a great story, but it is very, very personal in nature and is going to be hard to attract the big traffic from Google and other search engines. It seems to be very 'bloggy', meaning that I would expect to find this in your personal blog and not on a HubPage.
But, this doesn't mean that you can't write on the same topic, you would just need a little different focus. So, instead of telling the story about how you think you have ESP, you could start of with an intro paragraph that summarizes your experience and then you can go into a more informative Hub that is all about ESP and what it means, facts about it and other things.
You could have a title like How to test yourself for ESP or maybe even something like The facts and myths about ESP if you rewrote it in a more factual, informative style.
Thanks for the suggestion. Yes, I'm not getting huge SE traffic to the hub.
Actually it's not from my real life experience. I just wanted to write a story about dreaming, but then I felt ESP would be more interesting theme for it and I wrote it. That's all
It is great, Extra sensory perception is a topic that most people are interested to know about.
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