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All articles on Network Sites should demonstrate a good command of the English language with appropriately chosen words and readable sentences. It always helps to get an extra pair of eyes on our writing to spot those pesky, missed errors. Perhaps you can ask a couple of friends or colleagues to proofread your article!
Additional Note From Your Editor:
I'm having a hard time understanding the table labeled "Emerald Lore." Can you include column headers?
I've just spent about two hours working on it, updating information, checking facts, finding errors, etc. Please can you see if I've overlooked anything. I never see my own errors.
When you get an email like that, the ONLY bit you have to pay attention to is the "additional note" section.
The rest of the email is just giving you some pointers for how you might further improve the Hub, but it's not saying there is anything wrong with your photos or spelling/grammar.
The editor is asking you to fix the table.
by Cholee Clay 10 months ago
Is there a common standard or set guidelines that all the editors use to select articles? Or do all the different network sites/editors have their own guidelines for their own sites similar to when we submit our own articles? Is there a way to find all the different guidelines, without trying to...
by Caren White 3 months ago
I've just received an email announcing that I have been invited to participate in HubPro Premium. I'm a bit taken aback and more than a little leery. I'm taken aback because I have been one of those fortunate ones whose hubs are moved automatically after publication to the niche sites...
by kallini2010 6 years ago
Is there anything you regret not having asked your mother?We usually regret things we have NOT done, questions we have NOT asked... not the other way around...
by Tessa Schlesinger 5 days ago
https://hubpages.com/art/Paintnet-Tutor … but-EasierOne of my great frustrations of techie tutorials is that they either miss steps and it doesn't work the way they say it should. Or they use jargon and I don't know what they are referring to.Because I believe that every writer should know...
by Sondra Rochelle 16 hours ago
I am wondering if any of you are having problems with current edits. All of a sudden I got more than 10 notices in my email inbox stating that articles had been edited. However, when I checked some of them out, the edits MADE ERRORS instead of correcting them. I have contacted the...
by Kain 360 19 months ago
I've written almost 20 hubs in the last few weeks since I've returned to HubPages. I've had no problems getting featured & my hubs get moved to niche sites pretty fast. But I wrote a hub 5 days ago and it still has not been transferred to a niche site. What do we do if a hub does not get...
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