That's a good question. Hope you can get an answer that will work.
850 words, etc. is fine. Did you add any pics? HP likes purdy pics. No joke.
I have 3 pics! I don't know what the deal is
You have me curious. Want to set your profile to also display non-featured hubs so we can see the hub in question?
Update: Uh-oh, never mind. I have ascertained the cause...
Let me think a minute...
?? I have just tried publishing it again I don't know if it will show on my profile, but I added yet another text hopefully it goes through this time will have 1000 words (Y), hope for the best haha.
Plan changed, don't have your profile display the unfeatured hub. In regards to your question in the op, I have communicated with you through another medium.
This is getting complicated... What I was trying to obliquely say in my communication comment elsewhere is that it was apparent to the mturk that English is not your native language. Don't forget to delete that comment, btw.
Oh it's my native language. I just don't put things precise or with normal grammer rules, haha thanks for your help though.
Good deal. I hope the mturks see the light this time.
Ahhh now I'm thinking too much. How badly written was my article haha, I saw a few mistakes but obviously It's badly written if that's the case, give me a few pointer's.
When I go back to one of my hubs a few days later, I invariably find things I want to change to "make better". Sometimes word placement; sometimes punctuation; sometimes dumbing down; sometimes assuming a higher reader competency; actually, pretty much everything in the book. In other words, when I go back to that hub a few days later, I'm seeing it as the reader (which is what I want), instead of as the writer. Seeing it from the reader's point of view can make all the difference.
Ok, I have more of a intuitive mind, I trust people to know the meaning instead of being so "Actual" but tell me, do you understand the article instead of going through precise grammer to make it a masterpiece hub. I mean the hub isn't un-understandable. Good tips btw.
Are you saying your hub is badly written? Or did you mean to say, If it's badly written?
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