OK, I'm looking for feedback on these hubs:
1) Naughty Christmas Carols - I know this one will be a big hit, so why did its hubscore drop from 50 to 49 right after it was published? This happens to most of my hubs. Why is that?
2) Reviews of Kindle Free Samples - this is a hubpages project I'm trying out. I don't know if it'll be any good; I'd like opinions on it. Basically, I read the free samples available for Amazon's Kindle and review the samples. Not the books-- just the samples. Based on criteria like whether or not the sample gave me a good idea of what I should expect in the book, or made me want to buy the rest of the book. The reviews themselves are brief with just the review and a link to the book's page on Amazon. Should I be smushing these reviews into 1 single hub, or does it work to have them spaced out? I kind of wanted them separate because as I finish reading a sample, I want to be able to just post a new hub, rather than go in and edit what will surely be a very long and eventually unweildy hub.
In particular, any suggestions for how to organize the Kindle sample hub project would be really, really appreciated.
Checked your hubs. Pretty neat for using back links, pictures and videos.
Just add more text and align some pictures or amazon capsules to the right, but altogether, your hubs are great. Keep on writing.
you can only change color of the modules that are aligned to the right.
To align to the right you'll want to use the arrow buttons in the top right of the capsule.
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