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Should I comment with brutal honesty when a hub just doesn't make sense?


I want others to be honest with me, when leaving comments, regarding my writing. But I don't know if others want the same. I'm not here to hurt the feelings. However, I just read a hub and I had to ask myself was I seeing it clearly. I read it out loud and discovered it wasn't my eyes but it was truly terrible. So I ask, what do you do? Are you brutally honest with feedback? I know the majority of Hubbers want feedback for improvement. But what do you do when a hub is really bad? I understand how to give feedback; give positive reinforcement then assist by referencing helpful tools.

 

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    OMGirdle 4 years ago

    Thank you for responding!

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    OMGirdle 4 years ago

    Thank you for responding. I proofread my work but, for some reason, I miss mistakes. I just can't proof read my own work.. I think my eyes make corrections my brain doesn't see. Good point!


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OMGirdle says

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