I put this in the "answers" section and it actually should've been posted here.
Many of us may be not performing to our fullest potential because we haven't taken a critical eye to each others' content. I would like to offer you some constructive criticism. If you have a hub or set of hubs that you would like to receive critical feedback for, drop the hub link here, and I will leave critical feedback on your hub. Keep in mind this feedback may not always be *positive*, but it will definitely provoke some thought.
If you do not want to publicly declare that you want critical feedback (but still would like to receive feedback), you can send me an email, and I will leave you some critical commentary on your hub.
I'm terribly curious if there is a way to "cherry pick" advertisements on HP - I wrote a hub on the dangers of revolving credit card debt and Google's AdSense linked advertisements for credit cards -- seems like after reading a hub on the dangers of revolving debt, the last thing a reader would do is click such an advertisement. I do not mind writing "public service announcements" -- but it would be nice to choose advertisements that readers are likely to click to see exactly how sustainable it would be to write on HP.
I wrote a comment in your El Morrow National Park Hub. Since you have over 40 hubs, it is difficult to just go over one and take a fine tooth comb over it. I saw that you have an interest in cooking though. If you could, could you please put in a particular hub that you would like me to look at?
I'm always in for some extra criticism! I have only four Hubs, all about the same topic. Shoot and let me know where I can improve a part from adding adds of Amazone.
I'm a fan of you:-) The Hub "How many waiters can you meet in one day?" had to be taken down. The one you commented on. It wasn't original content but totally different than the rest. A light topic it was.
I'd like to know if my Hubs, inform you in a different way about Bipolar Disorder than the other Hubs there are about this topic? I try to be as original as possible.
Furthermore I'd like some criticism on my grammar and writing style.
True! By reading this post and the offer to help out, it was brought to my attention in a more effective way. Comments and real criticism are two different things for most writers, thinking they are half way there.
Hi allSo I had a lot to say on this hub and it came in at just around 6,000 words. I'm not sure whether it might be worth splitting up into three parts or something to make it a little more accessible? It's just a topic...
Today I posted a comment on a hub that confused me. I'm curious if I'm in the wrong here. I was confused by a section of the hub and I said:Why does it say "We sent New York journalist Sam Merrill (whose...
I've been doing a lot of thinking about the types of services we offer Hubbers and how to help Hubbers improve.A few services that have been suggested- grammar and spell checking- suggesting edits- providing...
How often do you leave constructive critiscism in your comments?Besides telling an author how much you like their hub, and maybe sharing a story or info of your own, do you offer constructuve criticsim? Do you tell them...