This is my very first sandpit post. The link below says it all. Can you make an (real) attempt at least?.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Top-10-Dumb-Ama … er-Reviews
Very interesting, as I have a hubs like that myself. However, two notes of warning.
1) The comments are content of Amazon and they may not be so kindly for you to cite them for your own use. I agree they add to the humor value, but you may want to check on what is the Amazon policy on outside use of comments posted on Amazon.com
2) I personally dislike the "beg for ratings" picture at the very end. That's a personal opinion.
How did you ever find these things?? A really funny hub I enjoyed.
About the only criticism I have is the embedded links; they don't always seem applicable or relevant to the hub. How are Amazing India facts and pictures relevant to dumb Amazon reviews? You may find HP unpublishing, I don't know. And why link to your hub from within the same hub?
Other than the links, I thought you did a great job.
Thank you wilderness for your suggestions. I have changed the links
Linking the same hub is a sort of defence, for if someone decides to copy the whole of it, I may have a link back to my original hub.
Now that's a thought that had never occurred to me. I'll have to remember this one!
And dont forget to use your referrel link on this one!
I didn't notice the merchandising at all. Just enjoyed the hub - funny and fun. Sorry, not much of a critique.
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