Discussion in 'Squidoo' started by KB24, May 29, 2009.
How can I improve my squidoo lens?
I visited your lens, rated it and left a comment.
One improvement you could make is to expand the "Why Join MoreNiche" section and include a couple of paragraphs about your own motivation for joining the program. You could also share a little bit about what the experience has been like for you so far.
People like reading stories. It gives them something to identify with and compare themselves to.
It's a nice lens!
I second what Hermas wrote and also don't forget to optimize your bio module for your keyword as well....
Put in something simple like "Ten reasons why xxx is the best free affiliate program in my opinion..." and then have your keyword phrase as anchor text, linking to another lens or whatever you choose....
You can check it out at the squidoo forum to optimize your lens. I learnt some of the optimization tips there.
Check it out.
Like M5, I agree with Hermas as well.
You've done a good job. Only thing left is to show your personal experience with the program. You have the mechanical pros and cons down just fine, but that feels a little robotic a in typical advertising sort of way.
To put it another way, how has it been good for you? Hint: write so the visitor can feel your enthusiasm (perhaps short of going over the top).
You have to convince them emotionally. You might think of it as an enthusiastic description of the benefits of membership.
Nice lenses (I interacted on all three and joined your fanclub. I'm the electric guitar avatar).
The lens is simple and sweet. However, there are several spelling and grammatical errors. Some places need to be properly punctuated as well. You used "witch" instead of "which" in one place.
There are so many scams out there with poor English, you need to make sure that your lens does not come off "scammy." I think you can relate to what I am saying. How many of those obnoxious emails have you received that obviously were written by someone who English skills were that of a 4 year-old? I've come across many sites that I just totally disregard when I see things like that. It figure it is just a way to protect myself.
Now I know even the most well written articles could potentially be scams as well, but better safe than sorry, right?
Anyways, MoreNiche sounds like a good program, and I'm going to check it out right now!
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