I'd like feedback on my Hub:How To Count A Million Numbers In Hindi

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  1. hubber8893 profile image79
    hubber8893posted 2 years ago

    Hi hubbers,

    I would like feedback on my hub How To Count A Million Numbers In Hindi
    I will feel appreciated if you will leave a deliberate response about what do I need to do for improving my piece of work.

    Regards
    @hubber8893

    1. SheilaMilne profile image95
      SheilaMilneposted 2 years agoin reply to this

      I think the article is very interesting.

      The title might be better as "How to Count to a Million in Hindi", or "How to Count in Hindi". 

      It would also benefit from a few images to break up the text, perhaps images of Hindi script or handwriting.

      There are one or two grammatical errors, for instance make sure there is always a space after a full stop.

      I hope that helps.

  2. hubber8893 profile image79
    hubber8893posted 2 years ago

    Thanks for taking time to read it sheilamilne. I have not added a Hindi script writing image here as I thought it may violate the HP rule of using English text only. I will think about the title suggested by you. I am also going to mend the grammar related issues.
    Thanks again!

    1. SheilaMilne profile image95
      SheilaMilneposted 2 years agoin reply to this

      I think the images would be not only acceptable but interesting.  You aren't writing in the language but telling us about it.

      There is an article here about the Russian Cyrillic alphabet and that has images of text in it.

  3. Millionaire Tips profile image91
    Millionaire Tipsposted 2 years ago

    Welcome to HubPages. I enjoyed reading this hub.  This is a good hub. Here are my suggestions:

    I would add a line between each of your paragraphs.  White space makes a hub easy to read.  Also include more subtitles. Maybe the 100s get their own capsule, etc.

    While your first sentence is interesting to other Hubbers, most of your traffic will come from search engines and these people may not have heard of HubPages. Also, while you can abbreviate HP in the forums where other Hubbers know what you mean, HP is a different company (Hewlett Packard), so you really shouldn't abbreviate it in your hubs.

    I do like the information about "Hindustani" but maybe you can put that in a text capsule off to the side, because it isn't about numbers. You want the reader who searched about numbers to know right away that they came to the right place.

    Pictures: I agree with all that Sheila said. That first picture needs to be very enticing, and about numbers. I think you need a few more pictures.  You should take a picture (maybe a chalkboard or a piece of paper a child would use for doing homework?) and write the words "How to Count in Hindi" or something like that, so people can pin it to Pinterest.  It looks like some of the pictures are a picture of a computer monitor. For a numbers hub, you can write your own numbers and look more authentic.  Use Paint if you don't have a camera.  But if you really don't want to, do a print screen instead of a photo of a monitor which is blurry.  You can also find free images. See the Learning Center entry about images.

    Title: You need the article "to".  To keep the keyword in there, I would call it: "Hindi Numbers: How to Count to a Million". That way, people searching "Hindi numbers" would find it.

    Can you find a video on how to write these numbers? I think that would be fun to practice writing.

    I would ask an easier question in the poll. I'm not even sure I understand what "adaptive in terms of cognition" means.  I know you are writing this for adults, but you want school children to be able to understand the question.

 
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