I finished the first segment of my hub earlier today and i need your criticism! Spill the beans tell me what need to be worked on
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Thank you again
It appears to have enough content, but in my opinion it still seems short. It could be just me.
It also seems like you've too many keywords/tags for an article length you've written. Again, that could just be me.
I don't know if any rules have been changed since Panda with regards to keywords/tags versus content.
It used to be 20 keywords max(better to stick with 9-15) would be allowed for articles up 1500 words. Above 1500 word articles then you could have up to 40 keywords/tags.
Other than that. It seems okay.
@cagsil I also thought the same thing in reference to the article appearing a bit short. I think i might have to re do some of the content and formatting im not sure. As for the Keywords you think i should have between 9 -15? Thank you again
That's just what Maddie(Staff Member) said should be the average. Depending on the length of the article.
Keywords/tags were moderated at one point and I don't know if they are anymore. As long as your keywords/tags are relevant to your content then I guess you won't have a problem.
My original post was the guideline originally used when I first came to Hubpages. It could have changed, but I don't know if it has, because no one on Staff has said anything different.
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