I'm New in here, and I have Just published the first hub of which I'm not sure whether it is nicely done.
ANOTHER QUESTION I HAVE IS THAT what do i need to do in order to write another hub? please i welcome any constructive criticism on my hub.
And at the same time i would like to take this opportunity to say hi to everyone on this forum.
I think you need to remember that a hub page should stand alone and may be around for a long time. So it's worth putting some effort into checking the grammar and spelling carefully before hitting the publish button. It's a good idea to add one or two pictures too. Take a look at a few published hubs with scores in the 80s and 90s and I'm sure you'll spot the difference. Good luck
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