not only am i new to the hub pages but i also am new to writing. i would like some advise on how to better myself and the things i write about. please help me out
Very insightful and your daughters opinion is great.
I would recommend breaking the wedding story into more text capsules it is a little difficult to read but has the makings of an interesting story,
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The HUb " Animal Abuse and Neglect" is a good hub, the pics tell a story, but the article itself needs to have more information, when I was reading it the words caught my attention but t still felt like there was something missing. Research your information more, provide links and back link to hubbers who have also written about this type of abuse.
Nice advice AEvans - I totally agree and also the first sentences of any writing should be strong enough to catch the attention of the reader , keeping him/her reading all the way through is important also , but if attention isn't caught in the first few sentences - there is less of a chance any of the writing will be read - well , thats my two cents worth of advice anyway
I think your writing is good, and the animal abuse story was capivating. My only suggestion would be to watch your spelling and punctuation.
I read all three hubs.
Spelling and grammar are important and you need to edit as soon as you find errors. I was only able to find a couple so your editing is pretty good.
The wedding hub is too much text all together, it should be broken up a little. Use more photos. Not believable.
The other two hubs, although current and reflecting 'hot topics' are a little too histrionic and lack sufficient text.
Generally, I would say you are off to a good start.
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by bipolar girl 8 years ago
Hey folks im looking for some advice on my hub pages its taking forever to gather some fans so plz have a look and let me know what you think. Thanks.
by hinckles koma 8 years ago
do you talk to dogs like that http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4u042vrv … re=channel
by Rahul Parashar 5 years ago
Hello fellow Hubbers,Firstly, I would like to know if it is okay to ask for some help regarding improvements in a Hub? I don't know if it is allowed to ask for feedback here, but then again, where else will I go for it other then the awesome HubPages community itself. So, I just published ...
by PiaC 7 years ago
Which Hubs do you consider to be the most interesting? What was it that made them so interesting to you - the writing, the topic, the photos, or the layout?
by Barry Rutherford 6 years ago
I know you're trying to prove a point, but actually this hub needs a LOT of work.1. Grammar: its vs it's . ex: " Its coming up to forty years since I last lived with one of my parents."2. Intro paragraph next to amazon capsule. The first paragraph a reader sees really shouldn't be next to...
by marithian 7 years ago
Further to my previous post for help. I input the wrong details. The hub I require feedback on is as follows.http://hubpages.com/t/19752bPlease accept my apologies for my incompetence!
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