I wrote a hub to help freelancers earn extra money working from home. I noticed it is not getting much traffic. I had to edit it several times before they published it. Can someone check it out. Its titled How To Make Money From Home. I just want to make sure it is not spammy. Personally, I don't think it is I think it is informative.
I agree with Wilderness' comment that you may need to re-word your title to get more hits. Unfortunately, many people use the same words in their title and so you get lost among the shuffle when people enter in search terms. You may also want to use hyperlinks in your article so that people can go directly to the company websites that you discuss. Lastly, I would double check some of the grammar. For example you wrote...."I've found plenty of companies who hire frequently and our in need for work at home agents." Instead of writing "and our in need..." it should be "and are in need...." Also, you wrote, "Their our full time and part time opportunities," when it should be "There are full time and part time opportunities." Then there are a few places in the article when you use "a" instead of "an," or leave of an apostrophe. I do this all the time in my articles which I believe contributes to my low readership. However, my sister is getting on my case to proof read, and hopefully this weekend I will get to it.
Thank you. sometimes are autocorrect gets it wrong. I appreciate your feed back.
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