I think it would be really usefull to have a yearlly report from hubpages on constructive critisism about our hubs just like they do in schools...
My school reports used to always say I must try harder... which I strive to do on a daily basis...
Does anyone else have any views on this idea..
Adsense gives a daily report on your performance
I doubt very much that HubPages Inc would have the time (or the inclination) to go through hundreds of hubs to give individual feedback.
My only suggestion is that you try harder.
I find I get a LOT of feedback about my hubs:
1) HubPages stats
2) AdSense stats
3) thumbs up/down from visitors
4) comments from visitors
I knew it would be impossible for hubpages to give this infomation spuds..
Thanks relache, I shall be more observant about the feedback from my hubs... Good points.
and lol @ darkside @ I must try harder..
Ive been told now...constructive critisism is priceless in my books..
Darkside,You never used to be a teacher by any chance!? lol:)
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