Hey there, fellow hubbers,
I'm a new addition to HP, and I'm here to work on my writing, so please don't judge too harshly, but constructive criticism is more than welcome!
Aside from that, I can't figure out for the world of me why the score for these hubs of mine are lower than the others:
http://tomlondon.hubpages.com/hub/10-St … ing-Career
http://tomlondon.hubpages.com/hub/How-t … l-Training
I understand that the topic is very specific and might interest a very small group of people, but is that how HP score a hub (because if it is, that sounds a bit unfair)?
Thanks for any input!
I am looking at your 10 steps hub, and it looks like it is a reasonable size, content, graphics, etc. so I am not sure about the rating. The grammar and spelling seemed pretty good too.
Not knowing about why it got a low rating, here are the things I would change if I was in your situation.
The first sentence tells me that I missed reading another article. Series hubs are not recommended, and even though the title doesn't do that, the first sentence does. I would change it so it doesn't make me feel I need to read the other hub first.
"slimmer than winning a millions of dollars in the lottery." take out the "a"
I like that you listed the steps and explained them further below. I would put the numbers in front of the detailed info so I can keep track and find it easier. I would also list the steps in a way that makes me know what to do. For example,you said I need industry knowledge, but what step do I need to take to get the industry knowledge?
At the bottom, you said, "And trust me – with the way this industry works, this could very easily be achieved." I wasn't sure what "this" referred to.
The quiz at the bottom of the page only has one question, and the question is about my plans. I said no and got a 0%. I think you should use a poll instead of a quiz.
Hope this helps!
Thanks a bunch for this extremely helpful comment! I will get to work as soon as possible; it seems there are quite a few things for me to fix.
i have read your hub on acting. You did extremely well and the article is well organized.
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