I'd like feedback on my article: Shoes for Standing All Day : Nike

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  1. sheilaanderson93 profile image61
    sheilaanderson93posted 15 months ago

    Hi Hubbers,

    I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my article Shoes for Standing All Day : Nike (must be signed in to view). What can I do to improve? Thanks!

    1. theraggededge profile image98
      theraggededgeposted 15 months agoin reply to this

      Did you not read the previous feedback you were given?

      You have a female name, yet your favourite style is a men's shoe?

      And the best shoes for standing all day are a pair of running shoes?

      "The downside of Nike Air Max Torch 3, however, is that it quickly gets ripped off. Hence, proper care and maintenance are highly needed to secure your investment."

      Do you know what 'ripped off' means? It doesn't mean what you think it does. A rip off is a fake or copy big_smile

      Fake, indeed.

      Why don't you rewrite the article without mentioning any brand at all? Focus on writing a decent piece about the problems of standing all day and how to alleviate them. Then you stand a better chance of getting it featured.

      1. firstcookbooklady profile image88
        firstcookbookladyposted 15 months agoin reply to this

        I wear Nike Air shoes. Used to like Dr. Scholl's gel filled heel, but went back to Nike I think that the insole is important. I like the seam free top, so I don't get rub marks or blisters. They, do not work very well in an environment where you stand, move a little, and stand some more. The man made uppers not a plus, either. Actually, I purchased a pair of Van's all leather upper and like them better. Probably will not go back to Nike, at all. I also prefer Men's athletic shoes compared to Women's shoes, as I have very wide feet, and the men's shoes seem to be consistently wider.  On the other hand, I did purchase some all leather Carolina work boots, and they made it about 5 months before I took and threw them away. As far as shoes being ripped off, yeah, you see them on the road quite a bit, probably pitched from a car at great speeds. Smile. Some people are idiots. As far as copying a shoe to sell... Nike??? At $50 a pair, who could afford to copy them? The work boots were $200. There are people at work who swear by Okan's. They are another $180 dollar shoe, but with the rocker heels... but, they take some getting used to. I know I won't buy something that makes my calf muscles hurt to get used to them. There. Does the Nike Torch sole fall off? What a crock. There is nothing worse than having your shoe pop while you are wearing them. Like getting a flat tire on your car... blap, blap, blap, blap...

  2. Rupert Taylor profile image96
    Rupert Taylorposted 15 months ago

    We've been here before haven't we? You were given advice on how to pass QAP and the salient point is that the article is mainly an ad for Nike. HubPages always rejects spam.

  3. FatFreddysCat profile image95
    FatFreddysCatposted 15 months ago

    Well, I hate to be "that guy," but... oh, wait. That's not true. I totally love being "that guy."

    This is about as far as I got before I pulled the rip cord and bailed out:

    "You might be looking for the best shoes for standing all day Nike brand because you know exactly how great the products are."

    ...well, gee, that almost resembles English. I guess.

    Soooo...what are we supposed to learn from this article?
    That comfortable shoes are a good thing?

    ...well, DUH. (slaps forehead) you mean, I've been buying cheap uncomfortable shoes for NOTHING?


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