I am really new to HubPages (I've only been active a day, and have only written two Hubs), and I was wondering if I could get some feedback from fellow Hubbers. I would love some really good constructive criticism as I am trying to become an article writer Full-time. If you could just read, rate, and comment on my Hubs I would greatly appreciate it! They really aren't that long, and as Stated before, there's only two of them... for now!
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When you use the Extreme Hub Makeover forum thread it is about giving constructive criticism on the development of your hub. It doesn't have anything to do with commenting and/or rating a hub.
It's solely used for feedback on format/layout, rules and keywords.
I am going to check out your hubs now.
The hub below seems to be fine as it is.
The hub below seems to need a little work
(a) keywords/tags. The hub above has plenty, yet the one below has very few.
(b) move up your pictures. Your pictures are not aligned with any text and when people look at the hub, it's format is messy, because there are two pictures at the end of the hub, but there are not text along side the pictures. You could make the pictures full size view, instead of having them pushed to the right side, if that is what you want to do. I suggest you make one full size at the end and click on the up arrow on the photo capsule of the first picture, so it lines up with some text.
On a side note- adding a bit more text wouldn't hurt, but seems like it might be okay as is. I didn't measure how many words you have in the hub, but generally speaking 400-500 words minimum is good to get the hub published. To make it better, then I would increase it by double.
I didn't read them but the layouts look nice and productive. I'm new too so I'm not sure how much my experience is worth.
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