I'd like feedback on my article: Why You should Visit to Siem Reap This Holiday.

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  1. Maryam Nasrullah profile image35
    Maryam Nasrullahposted 10 months ago

    Hi Hubbers,

    I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my article Why You should Visit to Siem Reap This Holiday Season? (must be signed in to view). What can I do to improve? Thanks!

  2. AliciaC profile image98
    AliciaCposted 10 months ago

    You've written a very interesting and informative article, Maryam. I see three problems that would be good to correct, though. You should proofread the article and its title to correct the English errors. You should also indicate that the photos are legal to use. I suspect that the Amazon capsule is a problem as well because you don't describe the book or say why it's useful for exploring Siem Reap.

  3. Maryam Nasrullah profile image35
    Maryam Nasrullahposted 10 months ago

    Thank you Alicia for the quick reply.
    Do we have to describe a product everytime we add it? If yes, how many minimum lines?

    Also, the products are legal to use. How do I indicate that in the article? It should be in writing like I took these pictures and these are free to use ad share?

    Thanks again!

    1. AliciaC profile image98
      AliciaCposted 10 months agoin reply to this

      I rarely use Amazon capsules, but from what I've read a hub must be about the item shown in the capsule or the item must be necessary to complete a project described in the hub. We must also describe the good and bad points about the item. Someone with more Amazon experience than me can probably add further details.

      When we add or edit a photo capsule, we can see spaces for us to type in the name of the source (photographer and photo license) and the URL for the photo. This is where we can indicate that a photo is legal to use. The licenses that we look for are ones such as public domain and Creative Commons. We could state that we took the photo or that we have permission from the photographer to use the photo in the source box. If I took all of the photos in an article, I indicate this with a sentence in my introduction instead of writing in the source box.

      1. Maryam Nasrullah profile image35
        Maryam Nasrullahposted 10 months agoin reply to this

        Okay, That makes sense. I will edit it. Thank you for the feedback and help!

 
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