Would like for some constructive critism onmy hub, for some reason I have not caught anyones attention with this new hub. What do you think it need for better eyecandy? Thanks in advance
http://browneesorchids.hubpages.com/hub … -with-PCOS
Really interesting hub. I think I would say add more tags so that more people can find it. On your page there was another hub that was related. When I clicked on it the main thing I noticed was that hub had a huge number of tags. I would use all the tages that hub has for you hub as well. I certainly wish you the best and know that faith can work miracles.
More than a dozen tags may be in violation of HubPages rules. For long hubs, additional tags are acceptable.
This is an interesting hub. Good topic. Here are the changes I would make:
When first starting off as a reader, I do not know what PCOS is, and this reads more like a personal story than something that will help me. Maybe you can give an introduction of what it is and what you are about to share. I know that PCOS is in the picture, but Google doesn't read pictures. This will help you rank higher as well. I think it is good that you told your personal story, but we just need to know there is more.
I would also check for grammatical errors. Examples: "Without getting to graphic" should be "too" and "have gain knowledge" should be "gained"
Separating out the information into topics would be helpful. Just title the subtopics, and use a subheading font. This is another way the reader will know what kind of information is available in the hub.
I hope this is helpful!
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