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Just a thought: maybe there could be a feature (I'm going to call it this for lack of other word) whereby people can submit one of their hubs for critique by those who may want to give others help with their hubs - covering spelling, layout, etc. This might be a way for those who want that type of serious feedback to get it. Everyone here seems to be really nice in their comments but that may not always be helpful to those really struggling to be better writers.
I started this thread to address that situation:
Hi Gemini, welcome to HP and the forums.
I agree with you. Thee are times when I would like to know if a hub has what it takes to succeed. For my short stories I have a friend who does that, but my other hubs, well I just put them out without knowing if they will really make the grade.
Hi Gemini Fox. Welcome to HP!
You can actually ask for somebody to give you feedback on any of your hubs. Use the Extreme Hub Makeover category in the Forums and put a link on your hub that you want the others to read and to critique. I can guarantee you there will be some helpful hubbers out there who will reply to your request.
Hope this helps. Good luck!
Thank you Website Examiner and emievil! Good to know there are two options out there!
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