I just made several changes to my Reiki hub, which is several weeks old and needed some fine tuning. I'm a sponge and tried to do everything I've learned, but want a more professional makeover. Feel free to use the red pen excessively. Here's the link:
What is Reiki and How Does it Work
It's a bit technical for me but well written. I think you got a winner.
I think that you just need a bit of patience. Hubs take take to mature and gain traffic.
Really? You think it just needs time? I guess that I am guilty of trying to push my writing from infancy to wizened elder too fast LOL. The more I learn, the more fun it is to tweak my hubs. And hopefully I will apply all the right elements in my upcoming hubs. I like the format on some of yours, especially the product hubs. Write on!
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