CAN YOU GUYS HELP FIGURE OUT HOW TO ATTRACT MOR ATTENTION TO MY HUB? AND LET ME KNOW WHAT THE PEOPLE WANT TO READ?
Your hubs are too personal.
On a blog your opinions are of value but for the most part, here on hub pages, opinions actually work against you. People are looking for information not opinion.
One other thing that jumps out when reading your hubs is that you have a tendency to toss capital letters in where-ever you feel like it. So a sentence like, " I went to the store to buy a pound of coffee." looks like, "I went to The store to Buy a pound of coffee."
Misha is right, anytime you type in all caps it is considered rude. If you want to stress a word then use italics or bolds.
I hope this helps.
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