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How has your writing improved since your first article for HP?


I would like to understand how you use HP as a resource for improving your Hubs. Do you find additional inspiration from reading other Hubs? Do you use the specific writing articles to learn more about the mechanics of a good Hub? Do you write differently for HP than for a personal blog or other publications?

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Chace (NornsMercy) says

3 years ago
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    Marilyn L Davis (MDavisatTIERS) 3 years ago

    Hi. I appreciate your answers. The overriding theme is learn from others and HP and your directions will help me watch for lingo, buzzwords and slang. Thanks

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Stephanie Henkel says

3 years ago
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    Marilyn L Davis (MDavisatTIERS) 3 years ago

    Thank you for your response, and for sharing what you have done to improve. As a new writer, I did not want to assume how best to be a better writer, but to actually learn from people like yourself. Again, thanks.

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Robbie C Wilson says

3 years ago
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    Marilyn L Davis (MDavisatTIERS) 3 years ago

    Hi Robbie,

    The tried and true: write, revise, edit, and rewrite. What I appreciate about HP is the help that people like yourself are willing to offer. Thank you for sharing what has worked for you on HP.

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Christin Sander (ChristinS) says

3 years ago
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    Marilyn L Davis (MDavisatTIERS) 3 years ago

    I appreciate you sharing what has worked for you. Again, you've reinforced that the learning center is the "go to place" to help improve. Thanks for the information.

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Ben Blackwell says

3 years ago
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    Marilyn L Davis (MDavisatTIERS) 3 years ago

    Hi Ben,

    So pleased you responded. I like your Hub on semicolons. I tend to use them; realizing that they serve a defined purpose. You explained how and when to use them quite well.

    Thanks also for your emphasis on formatting and organization.

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