Feed back please I really need help on how to improve my hub, also does it need to stick to only one area in hubpages? Could I also use the subject in the hub for another audience as well. I'd appreciate all feedback that would help thank you
I'm not quite clear what you're asking. You don't have a Hub published yet, so we can't give you feedback because we can't see it.
I'm guessing here, but I'm wondering if you understand that a Hub is not a blog. It's like an article you might read in a magazine. It's usually at least 400 words long and can be up to 1,500 words, and it contains useful information about a particular topic. You can write each Hub about a different subject, or if you have a particular interest in one subject, you can write lots of Hubs about various aspects of that.
Well I pressed publish on my article but I guess it can't be seen, do I need to improve it before it can be seen? It had a score in the fiftys
Wow ok, it went up to 69 and it's featured now, you seem like a high score writer. Thanks for the input, maybe now you can see it.
yes, of course you can do it ..if you think you can improve ,,,,go ahead !! good luck !
You can add to, revise and change categories if you like... I beleive its limited to one though.
It's a pity that HP does not give authors their hub Quality Scores (QAP) and ratings for the three criteria in Hub Hopper (1-9)
=> Grammar and Mechanics
+ minimum traffic requirements
This would enable authors to see what could be improved, and why their hubs did not qualify to be 'featured'. Authors could make changes and see if their edits gave improvements. This would be a win for authors and a win for HP. Some have argued that this would encourage gaming of the system. But How? Surely if authors learn how to improve their hubs, that would be more beneficial than stabs in the dark. Getting feedback is fine, but why doesn't HP provide feedback from QAP.
by youssefdoukkali 5 years ago
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by Beth100 3 years ago
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by Jaye Denman 7 years ago
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by Adrienne Janet Farricelli 6 years ago
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by jderb52 6 years ago
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