I just wrote my first hub today, I would like to get some advice on what I've done right and wrong. I will accept any criticism so that my future hubs can get better. Thank you
Looks pretty good...my suggestions are:
Use more Capsules and use Keyword specific titles for each capsule. Like make a demo video showing an eBay feature and title that capsule eBay Seller Tips...or something.
Have a link box that links back to your profile page or your HubPages affiliate link.
Break your text up into text boxes with, again, Keyword specific Titles...makes it easier for people skimming to find the info they want.
Check out some of my hubs to see what I mean...best of luck to you and keep writing!!
It is okay but I would suggest 1) break it into smaller paragraphs and 2) change title to 'save money by shopping on ebay' as you don;t cover other sites. Also you could add more tips like 'have a preset spending limit and don;t break it' and 'check for inflated shipping costs'. Just my 2c.
Put the saving money information first, up front in the Hub. That's what you promised the reader with the title.
After that, list your points about how to shop wisely on eBay.
What you will have done is to tell the reader that he can save money on eBay, and then you will have told him how to avoid a bad experience.
Your cautionary points about shopping eBay are excellent.
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