I'm relatively new to writing, and I'm unsure about the quality of my hub. Could anyone advise me on what improvements can be made to this hub http://hubpages.com/education/THE-GARTE … -CADDISFLY ?
Hi there, welcome.
You could break up your big clumps of text into smaller paragraphs. Remember that many people access the internet on their phones, so there needs to be a bit of white space to rest the eye as it moves down the page.
Your introduction should be about four sentences long, max, and explain to the reader what your article is about.
At the end, a short summary to conclude is a good idea.
It's a visual topic so use as many relevant legal-to-use images as you can.
It's a useful and informative piece - just needs a little polishing.
https://hubpageshelp.com/content/Learni … tellar-Hub
Hi, and welcome to HP! You write beautifully, but to pass QAP and also to make your work more readable, shorten your title, use more text capsules, add more photos, caption your photos. I suggest you read some hubs by other writers here to see how they set them up. Also, it's a very good idea to read the info in the learning center. There's a lot to learn, and it take time, but hopefully you will do well here and maybe even make some money eventually! Good Luck!
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