I just finished my second hub.
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-relieve- … steps?done
I think I understand all the nuances, guidelines, etc.
I have not worked or read through all of the learning center, as I learn best by doing and it would be great to have some feedback from all of you very experienced hubbers.
Firstly let me say how much I enjoyed reading your hub.
However had I not been very interested in the subject I might have found the lay out a little daunting. It seemed to have a lot of writing in long paragraphs rather than being split up into bite sized paragraphs. This may deter the casual visitor from reading the hub and thus losing the value of your good advice!
awesome! thanks for your feedback.
what is your suggestion for a way to break it up a bit? and make it easier to digest?
Is there another layout that would be better?
Actually I found it to be quite interesting and helpful. And I will use some of your techniques as I often suffer from back or neck pain. If I may make a suggestion; like caseworker1 said, break off your paragraphs a bit more and perhaps proofread more; you have a couple of grammar inconsistencies.
On the paragraph "The video...show... (it should be "shows") and make the paragraph that starts with "Your company..." into a separate paragraph.
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