I'm new here in the forum.
I write about weight loss and all its related meals and tips.
I hope you can give me your opinions and advice to help me improve my articles.
To help everyone who needs my help most efficiently and make Hubpages an excellent place for exchanging experiences and providing assistance.
Thanks, everyone, and I look forward to your comments.
Hi, manjah. Welcome to HubPages! I have a few suggestions for you. First, your profile says nothing about your qualifications or experience with respect to weight loss. Since losing weight via diet appears to be the focus of your articles, you need to add information about the topic to your profile.
Secondly, you should add references to your articles. When you say something like "studies show", you should add a link to a relevant study (or studies) in a "References" or "Sources' section at the end of the article.
HubPages isn't considered to be a blogging site, so referring to your articles as blog posts in the summaries is probably not a good idea.
Thank you, AliciaC, for the answer. I am grateful to you, and I will put your advice into practice.
Could you explain the last sentence to me, please?
Hi again, manjah. HubPages is a site where many writers create detailed articles and hope to attract search engine traffic in order to earn money. When I look at your profile, your descriptions of your articles often call them a blog post. While it's true that some people create long blog posts filled with information, many people don't. That's one reason why it's best to refer to your creations as articles.
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