Wait, HubPages Moderators can Edit my Articles? What is Your Perspective & Thoughts on This
My latest article just re-released, I meticulously honed, thanks to following essential mindsets & tips from fellow hubbers, as per my previous question.
I was chuffed receiving HP notification saying article featured but they made 'clips' to my original. I must say, they made only 1 change, and that was to my title. When I looked, straight away I saw the mistake, jeopardizing the feature-ability of the article. Theirs looked much better!
I wanted to know your thought on authors being guided along the way to becoming more inept with the standard and style of writing on Hubpages?
For the most part, it doesn't bother me. I do chafe at having all my Amazon capsules snipped. I didn't think one per article for an item that supplements what I wrote about is too much, but apparently they aren't allowed except in reviews specific to that product. Rather annoying. If this is the way it's to be, they should disable Amazon capsules except on review templates.
I think it is a great idea, and those small mistakes the author makes enables to article to be featured afterall.
Thanks for your time reading this post and commenting
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