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Is even possible for new hubbers to pass a hubpage bootcamp?


I do not know who read hubs before they are published, featured or non. As a new hubber I found it exhausting to just get mark-unfeatured without any feedback. My first hub I was writing 4 days just to find out is un-featured. I understand bootcamp is a hubpage thing, but would be nice if at least new hubbers in Bootcamp gets feedback. How am I supposed to learn? It is just stressful and exhausting. I am not saying I am great writer or whatever but at least if someone judge my work, should at least say What can be improved.

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Amine (aminebombom) says

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2 years ago
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    Michal (MichalWrotter) 2 years ago

    Well, my first hub has 1400words. It is probably better just post articles I am passionate about with the fact they never be good enough as native speaker do. Still it is off putting for new hubbers. Thanks for your time.

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Peeples says

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2 years ago
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    Michal (MichalWrotter) 2 years ago

    Thank you for your comment. As I said I do not have a problem with the fact my hubs are not featured but if the people who deside your hub is not good enough do not give you feedback then I cannot change


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Nicole Pellegrini (sockii) says

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2 years ago
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    Michal (MichalWrotter) 2 years ago

    I thought this as well, so it basicly means Hubpages are only for English speaking people or those who know someone who will correct their work. Is better to know this at start. Thanks