Hey guys and gals!
I've been with HubPages for three years now, but I haven't published very much here and I'm still learning the ropes. Could you possibly take a few moments and look over the structure of my latest hub and offer feedback?
Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
http://bradybones.hubpages.com/hub/CHFI … tudy-Guide
I am completely ignorant of the subject, but the hub could use a little help.
Break it up into more text capsules. This will allow you to place the amazon capsules better, and leave room at the top right for that big google ad.
Do you have 2 amazon links for the same book? Looks the same to me...
That's quite a disclaimer, and to me it detracts from the hub. Can you shorten and simplify it?
A photo or two would be nice if you can come up with one and work it in without making the left side one big, narrow column of text.
Overall, not bad for a first hub.
Thank you, wilderness, for your suggestions. I've taken them under advisement and have modified the Hub a bit.
I really do appreciate you taking a look and giving me suggestions. I'm really getting rather excited about becoming much more active in the HubPages community.
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