I am new to hubpages, and was hoping to get some tips on what I can do to improve. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I have a few more gluten-free hub ideas, but would like to make sure that I am doing it correctly first.
http://tara4.hubpages.com/hub/Gluten-Fr … eas-Millet
Hi, Tara. I'm new too but reviewed your article. I thought it was pretty good and liked that you added in a few items for sale on Amazon. How about adding in some organic cookbooks or doing another recipe with the mullet (is that right?) to give the hub a little more depth. I did think it was good though. Good luck.
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