I just posted my first hub and would like some constructive criticism before starting another one so I can avoid the same mistakes.
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(a) Not enough content. It should be about 400-500 words. I didn't count your words, but it appears to be very short.
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Hey Randy, truth be told, my preference is brunettes.
I just hope she reads the " Ladies Please Beware of Cagsil" section in the get started guide!
1) Way too short
2) You did not explain at all why employees needs to be motivated at all. You simply assumed that we all know what you're talking about.
3) You need to use capsules. Right now seems everything is squished into one capsule. Looks a little funny.
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