Hi Guys.. I wanted to improve the quality of my existing articles. Can you please provide some links to a few articles which are of very high quality so that I can understand a bit more on how to improve my own writing style? It would also be great if you could give any suggestions.
You could start by visiting the learning center. https://hubpageshelp.com/
Hi Sudhir, very person wants to write high quality article. It is all hard work.
Have you been visiting and learning at the hubpages learning center? There you will see how to write a high quality article. Hubpages required that you score 8 and above to get your story featured. I only have two featured articles and I am working on the others. Thankyou.
I have one called "How to Write a Good Article for HubPages". I can't link to it here, but you'll find it on my profile
Thanks I'll go through it.. I don't have a problem with getting featured articles published but I want to improve my article quality and I figured that the best way to do that would be to read more on it.
Indeed, I took a quick look at your articles and there's not much to improve on. They are pretty good Perhaps, your necessary resources are outside of Hubpages? Search for 'article writing'. Look at Udemy - they have some really good courses there - the sales are always coming around and you can get some good life-time access writing courses for $10.
Trawl some of the niche sites and see which hubs are doing well there.
Thanks for your suggestion. I tried running some online tools for validating how good the article is and I found that i lose more points on clarity but not sure if it's actually reliable info. I'll try searching some articles in niche sites to begin with.
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