I have just published a hub and would like to get a little feedback on it. What you like, what you think I should include or revise etc.
I think I have come a long way since I started and I just want to ask around to see if others think so.
Sometime, I will be going back through and reviewing the past bubs I have published and will be trying to make them much better and user friendly.
Here is the guide: http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Build-Yo … lers-Bench
I have nothing to say really, furniture building hubs are far from my forte, but it looked good. Your instructions seem clear, and the drawings are nicely done.
I think it's a good looking, useful hub.
I just find it a little confusing to see great instructions like this combined with a warning that you can't use the drawings without permission.
Do you actually mean that you don't want anyone copying your drawings or instructions or using them commercially but are ok with someone building this for themselves?
But yes, nice job.
I think it looks pretty good too. Only suggestion I'd make is maybe have a photograph of a finished one at the top so people know what they have to look forward to for their efforts.
Keep up the good work.
A photo is a really good idea! I'll try to take one if my bench is ever cleaned off. Thanks for the comments you two!
Thanks psycheskinner, thats a really good idea too. I'll see if I can add that in on my spare time.
What I mean about the drawings was that if a person wants to use my images, I would like them to ask me first. I just don't want my drawings ending up on another page and having someone claiming them as their own.
I made the message a little clearer. Thanks for bringing it up as there may be many people that wonder about it.
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