Anyone here can help me for editing grammatical issues? I got quality alert on my profile for grammatical errors. They suggested grammarly for editing. I tried it, but not much help. Please someone here help me to edit my hubs.
Here is a sample from your hub " Top DIY Nail Ideas..."
In the poll: alll (should be all)
Under Water Decal Nail Art: intrend (should be in-trend or in trend)
Under Striping Tape: travelling (should be traveling)
Are you using paid version? I copied and pasted my hub in grammarly and it shows 3-4 minor errors only. Mistakes like missing a, an, the
You can download Grammarly as an extension for Chrome and Firefox. There may be others too. Then it works as you write so you don't have to copy and paste.
So you've been writing your hubs here for two years in a row and only now they tell you, you suck at grammar?
Titia... seriously!! I had a great hub score, all 80+. I left hubpages for just 2 months and my hubs got unfeatured for traffic. When I edited them, they turned unfeatured for quality. I tried my best to edit them to make them featured. Even I removed all links, paid for proofreading. Even though my hubs are not featured. I know there are grammatical errors in my writing because English is not my first language, but I can't find them. Only a hubpages writer can help me. Please you have a look.
Jasmeetk - Do you have MS Word on your computer? It has a very good grammar and spelling checker.
I have M S word, i have Grammarly and i have 1 more grammar checking. Non of these showing any major error, but hubpages giving me error warning. It look like there are major errors.that's why i need assistance in hub review and correction. Please help me
by Jasmeet Kaur 3 years ago
I think many people are facing same problem on hubpages. My featured hubs turned unfeatured because of traffic and when I tried to edit them and resubmitted, they got unfeatured for quality??I wonder how my high traffic hubs are now unfeatured because of quality. Even I am still writing in the same...
by Don Bobbitt 6 years ago
Why am I seeing SO MANY Hubs with obvious GRAMMATICAL ERRORS in the TITLE?I mean, People? The Title is your HOOK!
by Paula 6 years ago
Do grammatical errors or spelling errors in our comments on HubPages hurt us somehow?Does it somehow hurt our Hubs or scores, rankings, etc, if there are comments from others with misspellings or grammatical errors? I have heard of others commenting in some forums about even deleting such...
by Robert 2 weeks ago
Quick message, short on time. I've got an article that could be accepted on AxleAddict once the English is corrected. Looking for information and resources on improving my English. Thanks!P.S> The article is called "Can You Beat a Speeding Ticket? How in Texas".
by Jim Dorsch 6 years ago
Should HubPages post a hub on Facebook if it has grammatical errors in the summary?I just saw such a hub on Facebook. I think this reflects poorly on our community and rewards substandard work.
by Dr. John Anderson 3 years ago
Running spelling and grammar tools, and plagiarism checks, on the three Hubpro examples in the recent blog [ http://blog.hubpages.com/2015/03/23/hub … -makeover] highlighted errors in all of them. http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/129533#post2719123Similarly the latest Editors Choice...
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