I know the title is quite interesting but after about 45 seconds of looking out my window with no idea of what to type that is what i came up with. I recently wrote a hub about how to use YouTube as an advertisement tool and i am not sure if it's even worth looking at.
Do not get me wrong when i look at it half the time i am content and the half wants me to yell and ask for help. Here is where you need to come in, let me know if my hub is worthy of looking at;
http://romper20.hubpages.com/hub/How-to … ng-Youtube
You do not suck on HP. I would recommend making your hubs a little longer, but besides that you are doing a terrific job and bringing traffic to your work.
It doesn't suck at all. The only thing I would say is have a read through it for typos, noticed a couple of I's that weren't capitalized, but nothing major. All in all it contained some good information. Perhaps you could come up with a part two, and expand on how to upload videos to you tube etc. I, for one, would not have a clue how to do that. So, they'll definitely be others.
Thank you, I really appreciate being "suck free!" I am still learning the ropes but what a great community this has been!
I checked out this hub:
http://romper20.hubpages.com/hub/Accoun … nial-Guide
I LOVE the bullet points and think you offer some great information. It would be nice if it was longer.
The one thing I do see when I see this hub that would be a big improvement for you is writing for a specific keyword. For example, I don't know who would really search for the term "Accounting and Financial Guide" or any derivative of that. Perhaps maybe something like, "How to do Your Own Accounting" or "8 Great Financial Tips" with financial tips being your keyword.
I'm just taking a stab at some keyword ideas for you. You'll want to do keyword research.
Here are some items from the Learning Center that might help you out:
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/long … ch-traffic
Your content is REALLY good, but you would get more traffic if you wrote with a keyword in mind.
And, no, you definitely do not suck!
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