I am new to hubpages. I have posted some posts today.
One of my posts
http://sakshisingh.hubpages.com/hub/Fin … ly-married
Please guide me on how can I make quality hubpages & get good number of visitors.
Thanks in advance.
Welcome aboard! I would suggest reading the tutorials. They are full info on Hubbing
The hub looks good to me. The large image on top will mean less room for AdSense ads, if that is a priority - so you could consider moving that down. You can then align it so that it only takes up the right side, alongside text. The hub reads well and is well organized. As far as getting traffic, it comes down to keyword research. Also, adding some important keywords to the title and opening paragraph may help with search engine rankings.
I have two issues:
Newly Married Must Read This - all titling should be capitalised.
"Living with someone is an adventure that you will have to put in a lot of effort into." Should be "Living with someone is an adventure you will need to put effort into". (grammarzon alert!)
Get someone else to read your hub through once you publish it. You can always edit it again. I get my boyfriend to do it, and we have noticed that I make more mistakes in the first paragraph than all of the rest! Oh how we laugh.
I like the placement of the Amazon Book. I might try that next time it suits my hub. Good idea.
You are on your way to becoming a HubPages Elite member! Keep up the great work!
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