This is my first article and its pretty much a rough overview of acupuncture. I am thinking its a little bit short and I should probably add a picture. But I would very much appreciate any criticism, especially for future articles. Please, tear it up!
http://elanger333.hubpages.com/hub/Heal … cupuncture
I would say it is a little on the short side, and would like to see more information presented within the same hub.
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Only because you asked I'll be honest with you. It's short and covers a lot of terms but really doesn't tell us much.
The 2nd half of the first paragraph should go at the end, beginning with "Today, acupuncture is...."
Maybe put in some links to tui na, moxabustion, and qi gong.
Talk more in depth about what meridians and qi are. Those who have no idea about this will be lost.
There's nothing wrong with you're style of writing, though, IMO.
I read your hub it's very informative. I would love to learn more about acupuncture. It's very interesting. I had some sessions last summer. They were great. I would suggest using photos in your hubs and just to keep writing. You are doing great so far!
Very interesting hub! I think you can extend it with a few extra words on it (more details) and that's it. Other than that, you did a fantastic job!
Welcome to Hubpages! I'm new as well. Hehehe, you're not alone.
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