If you have a piece you want to get edited (upto 300 words), just post a comment on my hub. I have seen long comments so it shouldn't be a problem posting your piece as a comment. It could be any sort of writing, not necessarily a hub. I'll offer feedback via Reply. But why me? Why should you even bother? For more details here's a link to my hub: <link snipped>
That is a very kind and generous offer. However, Writer Fox is correct; posting the same content several places online can potentially hurt both the Hubbers involved and HubPages as a whole. I recommend inviting Hubbers to send you a private note with the text they would like edited (rather than posting it in the comments of your Hub). Thanks again for your offer to help! I'm sure it will benefit many.
If someone puts 300 words of their Hub content on your Hub, it will be seen as duplicate content by Google and can hurt their search engine rankings (yours, too).
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