I would like some constructive criticism on my hubs, and I would like to know how I can make my future hubs better. Thanks!
hey there! I just read your hub on mesothelioma (spelling???) It is very informed and gives a reader a very in depth view of treatment, cures, survival etc. The only thing I would change is maybe to add some captions. Like when you change paragraphs and start writing about treatment, maybe add a title to it to separate the flow of paragraphs so that people can speed read and get to relevant parts of the piece.
Another thing to check is your spelling and grammar. There is not much to fix, but a quick proof read can't hurt. I know it seems fussy, but incorrect spelling and bad grammar can quickly turn a potential reader away. Just my thoughts. But good stuff.
Had a look and both seem fine to me. You do have some large empty spots showing and I am not sure why. hopefully one of the more exp. Hubbers will be along to help soon.
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Good hub I read the one about personal injury. My only suggestions might be to make it a bit longer,maybe make it into two capsuls, thereby giving you the opportunity to write another sub title, and a place to put perhaps some kind of catchy little picture.
Also I would definately put the comment capsul back in so people have the opportunity to comment and ask questions.
Thank you all for your replies to my post! I will try to continue to get better at hubbing, and I will take all of what you have told me to better my writing.
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