I've found a lot of grammatical errors in hubs up on sites like healdove.com and owlcation.com.
Is there a form-letter way I can suggest corrections to HP staff so articles on these sites can be improved?
Many of us were discussing this problem in another thread. It caused Google to lower ranking of HealDove.
HubPages is now reviewing hubs in HealDove and had sent notices to Hubbers who have hubs that will be reviewed.
Owlcation hasn't been hit as hard by Google, but it wouldn't hurt to bring anything you see to the attention of staff.
You can also flag hubs like this and specify the corrections. I'm sure that would help the editors who are working hard to fix these problems. Make sure you're logged in on the niche site or you won't see the flag button.
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