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Not bad for one of your first hubs. I recommend putting quote-marks around your two headlines; otherwise, these statements seem to be yours.
The final section about buyers educating themselves (optionally, with your help) is too vague to be of any use. Consider providing some places they can go for information, and make it clearer how they might be able to ask you questions and get answers from you (e.g. comments, by contacting you through HubPages, by visiting your personal website).
by Complete Open Source Solution 3 years ago
We are an award-wining Linux Training Institute in India with centers in Hyderabad and Bangalore. We are totally new at hubpage and want to share information to others on what we have in our institute. As at early stage – we have started our hubpages at http://cosstech.hubpages.com/ and our first...
by David 470 6 years ago
This is very, very, unfortunate, but it seems I have been penalized by a Google Alg or something. I have OVER 100 HUBS that have BLUE ARROWS. My traffic went down earlier this year a bit, but stayed consistent for several months. Now it has dropped by 50%. Not sure if this occurred today or...
by Alternative Prime 6 years ago
This thread was not conceived and initiated as a commencement of finger pointing nor chastising, nor to char broil any one individual or group of persons to tenderized perfection over a white hot bed of flaming embers, it is however intended to be a "Heads Up" and potential learning tool...
by Jack 6 years ago
What's the apprenticeship program like?I've just applied for it, and am now waiting for the approval process that apparently takes 4-6 weeks.
by Spacey Gracey 8 years ago
Can you remember what it was like when you first started to write Hubs?Before you read this rambly post - please know that I am not a newbie trying to suck you dry for information without doing any of the work myself. What I'm interested in is how you got through the first few months? How did you...
by Scott S Bateman 3 months ago
When Pulitzer winner Bob Woodward writes a major article at the Washington Post, the article does not get edited by a 22-year-old just out of college. It gets edited by the best editors on the staff.When a young and inexperienced reporter does an article about a neighborhood festival, it usually...
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