How would you rate my hubs on a scale of 1 to 10, 1 being the best and 10 the wo

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  1. kevins blog52 profile image74
    kevins blog52posted 7 years ago

    How would you rate my hubs on a scale of 1 to 10, 1 being the best and 10 the worst?

    Please be honest, I cant improve if I don't know what you the reader expect from me.I know I'm going out on a limb here,but I just want to be a good writer, and make people happy and want to come back and read more of my work and let them in on some of the things I have learned, as I walked down the many paths in my life time.

  2. avan989 profile image66
    avan989posted 7 years ago

    To be completely honest, I would rate your hubs around a 4-5. Your picture are really large and it is a little distracting especially since you do not have that much writing. It is not completely bad but some of your hubs could use a little more research. Take the diet one for example, I did not find anything useful out of it. You simply said be discipline, start a diet, and go talk to a doctor. You could recommend some sort of food groups, maybe review a diet or link to an article about specific diets. I don't know, it just feel like I did not get anything out of that articles. I only scan through a couple of articles, so my judgement could be wrong. If it is not visually pretty, I don't normally read it. That is where I would recommend you start first because more people scan an article before they read the content.

    1. kevins blog52 profile image74
      kevins blog52posted 2 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks avan989 I appreciate your honesty and I'll try to improve my Hubs with more research.

  3. michiganman567 profile image83
    michiganman567posted 7 years ago

    Well, I considered not commenting because there really is not much benefit for me to be critical of someone's work that I don't even know.  But, I thought that I would give you an honest assessment.  I looked over your Yorkie hub and I would give it a 3/10.  It started out pretty good with the history of the breed.  I think that you need to provide more of that type of information.  The first paragraph was too long, and it had a lot of grammar errors.  I would break that into two paragraphs.

    Then instead of switching topics completely to Yorkie care, you should stick with the history of Yorkies.  I don't have a Yorkie, so I don't want to know about their grooming.  I would read about their history in dog shows, what led to their popularity, what breed did they displace as a rat catcher, what kind of health problems do they have, etc. You can have another hub about the grooming of Yorkies for people that actually own Yorkies.

    I tend to stay away from the huge pictures, but that is your judgement.  If you like it, then go for it.

    1. kevins blog52 profile image74
      kevins blog52posted 2 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks for your honesty michiganman567y I never gave a thought to the larger pictures.


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