Some feedback on one of my first hubs would be greatly appreciated.
Gibson Les Paul vs Fender Stratocaster
I can tell you know a lot about guitar, and this is a topic area that has proven to be really strong on HubPages. A Hubber named http://guitargopher.hubpages.com/ is one of the most successful writers on HubPages.
The Hub has great information. I always advise to proof read and catch the small grammar mistakes, even for people that write well.
I think you'll get different opinions on if you should include part 2 in the same Hub (vs linked to a separate article). We've seen both be successful, but I think one great Hub that compares the two guitars is better than part 1 and 2.
That said comparing two top choice products in-depth can be really useful and I think you're off to a good start. The key to long term success is to take your knowledge, build out great pages and then continue to update the pages. Over time you'll see a pattern emerge that works best for your writing style.
Many thanks for your advice..
I'm going to give it more than a quick grammar once-over next time, and generally add more polish by going back, tweaking and updating.
I suppose I just wanted to get a hub out there, which is why part 1 came first (I haven't finished Part 2 yet), but I totally take on board your point of having Parts 1 and 2 together, makes for a more comprehensive and complete read.
Really enjoying my first few days on HP and again thanks for your support.
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