I'm not getting a lot of hits on this. Is it a poor title or does content just suck?
http://kevinhowell.hubpages.com/hub/How … -workplace
Too general, been done a thousand times. Who's searching for that?
On top of what the previous answer said, split it up into different hub capsules with a couple amazon ads with books on the topic in the middle.
The content is good, but like they said too general.
I put your hub in google keyword tool, to see if it gave some good suggestions. What might be beneficial on this particular hub is to break your hub into sections. In other words use multiple text capsules. Then use some key words for certain sections that define what you are saying in the subtitles. Some examples that google adwords gave for possible subtitles include:
Motivation at the Workplace
Stress in the Workplace
You could take some of these and explain why they are important.
Motivation at the Workplace: Hardwork Helps - This could go above the hardwork section, then explain about how motivated you are at your work is what will cause you to stand out.
Stress in the Workplace: How to Handle It - This could go above where you give the example where you should say she is trying her best. And maybe expound on how to minimize the stress and how this will make you more likable and stand out as well.
Then maybe another subtitle Employee Productivity: A Bosses Best Friend, to discuss how and why a boss wants to see you be as productive as possible.
These are just suggestions, but I think you can tighten this, add some keywords, and make it a little more search friendly.
YOu may also want to retitle your hub. One suggestion which is search friendly according to google adwords is "Excellence in the Workplace" You could even keep your original title by restating it, "Excellence in the Workplace: How to Stand Out"
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