This is my first non-SEO, Non-keyword, non-sales, and non-link hub
No promotional, (except for this post), or SEO effort at all. Just an attempt at telling a story.
I do feel rather clumsy - mixing narration with first-person dialog - but the attempt will go forward
Serious critique would be appreciated.
Growing Up With Pop Cliff - The Introduction
I very much enjoyed the hub and have no real criticisms to offer. The first capsule could be made a little longer to let the google ad go alongside it, but I doubt you will ever earn much with this hub so maybe it doesn't matter.
It could use a few more tags.
I've got a few like this; hubs that were simply fun to write, or about something important to me. Never intended to make me rich or get a lot of readers; just something I wanted to do. Keep it up.
@ wilderness - Thanks for the response - and kind review
You are right, I went back and added some more tags, but since I have no concern about income or promotion for this series - I DO hope people find and read them - but my interest is just to write them, just as your comment stated.
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