I would like some critique's on my hubs, I feed on the negative!! I can only get better if I know what I'm doing wrong. I just would like some outside opinions on my writing style, how I present myself in my work and I would like others opinions of my work.
I would not so much do a critique your hubs, but your presentation of yourself.
Your Bio page could use some touching up. You told the viewer a great deal about yourself, which was overwhelming. Try to narrow down who you are to one simple subject. For instance, I wouldn't elaborate about why you are a "budding Buddhist" (I like the term). Referring to oneself negatively can put off readers, sometimes less honesty is best. Instead, I would stick to the positive aspects of why you are researching into that field of study.
It is good that you feed on the negative, because Top 5 Music Videos isn't that great. Corrections in parenthesis:
- Grammar: "when I first seen" (when I first saw);
- Repetition: "It was so cool...," "It was pretty cool..."
- Punctuation: "It was pretty cool I must say" (It was pretty cool, I must say")
- Punctuation: "better,stronger,wiser" (better, stronger, wiser).
These are only a few examples, I could have listed many more. I suggest you toughen up on your grammar and punctuation skills, do careful proofreading of all of your present and future work.
I noticed spelling errors on the Venison Hub. It looks tasty, by the way.
I would have the hubby proofread it, as it can be a challenge find ones' own spelling errors.
by Marina 2 years ago
Happy Thursday, everyone! In August we pre-announced a new tool that fixes common spelling and grammatical errors across the site. Today, Editbot, the first iteration of the tool, is live on a small percentage of Hubs and their comments. It will be gradually rolled out to all Hubs over the next...
by cre8ivOne 5 years ago
Do hubs with spelling errors make you think less of a hub?Is anyone else distracted by a hub that has decent content but several spelling errors or grammatical errors?
by Claudia Mitchell 5 years ago
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by Eliminate Cancer 6 years ago
Are you ever tempted to correct some one else's spelling errors??
by Cory Zacharia 9 years ago
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by the pink umbrella 2 years ago
"one should always aim at being interesting rather than exact" -VOLTAIREYes, i know that checking your spelling and grammer make for a better hub score, but is anyone else sick of other hubbers who you arent familiar with commenting on your page that you misspelled something? Lets chat...
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