Alright guys, it's been a long time since I posted in this forum, and now that I'm out of the clutches of un-good things, I'd like to post this for the consideration of the audience.
This is my most popular hub, and the reason I'm posting it here is because I'm at a loss as to how I can make it better. I put a lot of work into it, and I know that things are constantly able to be improved upon, but I'm not sure what to do with it.
What kind of advice are you looking for GG? In terms of content and design, I can't really fault you (although a couple of ebay pictures are broken -- hardly your fault).
I'm certain the hub itself could be optimized a little further in terms of SEO. But I doubt that's what you're looking for.
Here's some fluff:
1) The first article-wide picture is rather pixelated, perhaps a higher definition picture would be more aesthetically pleasing.
2) (optional) Bolding and underlining bullets, and the addition of RSS feeds will dilute your keyword density. I would also incorporate your best "entrance keywords" in at least a H2, and a H3 header (or a link).
3) Ebay pictures seem broken to me, the 4th entries.
4) I would move the article wide picture between the two large bulleted lists to break up the next.
5) I would add a gray background to "women's essentials" to separate it more clearly from the text situated to it's left.
Like I said, mostly personal choices, I hope it was of some use. Great hub!
Thank you! I made a few changes, and will see how it goes over a few days and do some more tweaking then.
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