Could of would of should of, how is that an answer to a specific question?
If a hub is too long, or not long enough, or has errors that need correcting, why doesn't someone say exactly what the hub needs? I am drowning in a sea of could of, would of , should of. I could use some help, however first I need to know what I need help with.
I read over your hubs. I think they good, just go back thru and edit your grammar or extra words. sorry, gotta cut this short.
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