Hi fellow hubbers,
I've just tweaked one of my hubs and made it more interactive. It was the first tweak and I plan to tweak all similarly. Is it good give me both positive and negative feedback please.
Thanks in advance
http://lobobrandon.hubpages.com/hub/Tom … -Vegetable
A bit disjointed. But you're right about the content. Any plant grown for its edible root, stem, leaf or flower is considered a vegetable. I've heard tomatoes referred to as fruity vegetables along with other curcubitaceae and solanaceae.
oh thanks for the suggestion. What do you think I could do to make it flow well?
Is the content disjoint or which part?
It's just my opinion, of course. I'm not an expert. I think the last few paragraphs repeat the same information. Maybe remove one of the YouTubes and one of the tomato images. Pull the "More about tomatoes" capsule up and to the right so it's more of a magazine format. I think the content is great so maybe add an unusual tomato recipe also in the right column. Make sure you put the recipe into the hub title for more hits.
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