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by Kate Swanson 11 months ago
I wish the editors would stop telling people to post on the forums to get their work proof-read!Most Hubbers are very happy to read an article and offer advice on how to improve it - we've done that for years. We can scan an article and spot "illegal" photos or links, dodgy...
by Maurice Glaude 11 months ago
I'm almost sure there are some grammatical or spelling mistakes. Please help if you can proof read this article for me. 11:11 The Phenomenon and Numerology Crystal Connectionhttps://hubpages.com/religion-philosoph … -Number-11
by Marie Flint 14 months ago
Anyone care to proofread my article on proofreading? (I'm good, but I'm human too.)https://hubpages.com/literature/Proofreading-Tips
by Spoony Galoony 8 years ago
Hi everyone,I joined up yesterday in order to post a Hub that I had been working on for a few days and I would appreciate it if someone could give me some feedback. http://hubpages.com/hub/Feral-Animals-o … -1-RabbitsI hope to write similar Hubs about other feral animals as well as Hubs...
by Hello, hello, 6 years ago
Since November I have been trying to put up hubs and was alwaysmarked 'substandard'. I only receive a automated notice with a list of what could be wrong. Then, at the bottom a list of suggested hubs which are perfect. How to make a Tuna Melt SandwichSt Regis Bora BoraHow to Refinish FloorsHow to...
by Leni Sands 5 years ago
How long should proofreading and editing take?A good novel can take years to write! I have heard that when an author has finished writing - it could take twice as long, time wise, to proofread and edit the book properly and that even then the final proof needs re-checking before it gets...
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