I'm not very good though. Do you have any suggestions for improving?
2. Study tsumego (life and death) problems. By study, I mean keep replaying the same positions until you can identify the sequence to live (or to kill) immediately. Study problems slightly more difficult than your own rank (maybe 1 or 2 stones). Do this for 15 minutes every day for 6 months and you will be quite strong.
3. Replay master games. Don't merely click through games on the computer. Get a board. Get stones. Feel the stones in your hand and think about where you would place each move. Try to discover, for yourself, why the master played the move.
4. Study fuseki theory and master fuseki player games:
Do this for 15 minutes every day for 6 months and you will be quite strong.
I'm probably 14 kyu.