Well to be honest, when I write an article, I am not really thinking about the grade. I write the article in a manner that I would enjoy it and once it is written I review it to see on whether or not any passer by would give it a look.
All the while trying that neither the language I use is too complicated nor should the subject matter be so dry that I would put myself to sleep.
I leave an article only once I am confident that I will be appreciated for my effort in one way or another.
I write to please the readers that have in the past told me they like the things I have commented on. To me it is important to look for an alternative angle and potentially stir things up a little on a topic that has some importance in my industry.
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Hi Hubbers,I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process: Will you please give feedback on my article A Visit To Maastricht, The Netherlands. What can I do to improve it? Thanks!
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