Hi moiragallaga, this is the only thread where you can post a link to one of your hubs.
So choose one of your hubs, post the link and people will come and take a look at it. They are not going to go and look at 10 unfortunately.
Thank you very much for the advice. Here's one of my hubs. Cheers!
I would break up the hub into 2 or 3 additional text capsules, with headers. Make sure the first capsule is long enough to support that first google ad to the right.
A couple of photos or videos would be nice.
You need to do some on-page SEO. There are lots of hubs about just that subject - check out a few of them.
Looks like I have my work cut out for me and much homework to do, but thanks for pointing me in the right direction. I'll try to do as you suggested.
If you are a newbie to internet writing as well as to HP, you have a steep learning curve to climb to be effective. Actually writing a good article is the simplest part of it.
I know. I spent far more time my first few months studying other hubs than I did writing. There is a lot to learn.
Welcome to HP, by the way. You will find it a great place to write and a great place to learn from. There are lots of helpful hubbers here and tons of hubs written for the newbie. You've made a great start writing your hub and then posting it in this forum.
I agree with Wilderness, I have not been here long, but I wish I would have spent the first week studying top rated hubs. Fortunately, I ran across some hubs from http://relache.hubpages.com/ (Relache) She has some great hubs. I am still learning, but if I would have studied highly rated hubs first, it would have been much easier.
@wilderness, you are awesome! Yes, it is a steep learning curve and I'm finding the climb exhilarating and at times frustrating. Also glad that I'm not the only one spending a few months learning rather than writing! But doing all the back-stage work will be worth it once I resume the writing aspect.
I have only been here 2 weeks, this is the first hub I wrote, can I get a critique? http://hubpages.com/hub/One-can-say-anything
Also, where does the scoring come from? and what does it mean?
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