Any tips and critiques appreciated
http://psycheskinner.hubpages.com/hub/G … -for-Liboo
Is it Libboo or Liboo? I see it with two b's in the logo but one b in your title and URL, and both ways in the text. Maybe that's not what's causing the problem, but something similar happened to me. A mathematical object I was writing about had two spelling variants and I wanted to use both, but it didn't pass QAP when I did, so I just stuck to one spelling and it went through.
Observations, not necessarily with suggestions for fixes:
It's awfully short.
Spelling checker shows lots of misspellings. Liboo, facebook, ebook, etc. It's possible they are all being picked up as bad spelling by HP, too.
" I am pretty good online, so why not us it to get stuff I like?"
And that's all I see. I love the blue text at the top - that's a great idea I bet I use in the future. Sorry, can't be of further help, but I don't see a reason to flunk the QAP except that it IS short. One tiny error, spelling "errors" that aren't and that people should be OK with just don't make it fail.
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