I've had a look around the learning center, watched a few videos here but can still not find an exact guideline or checklist to follow so that my content can get approved every time I build a hub.
So can you please help me construct a check list or guideline to follow for creating content for hubs.
- 300 to 500 words
- no more than 2 links per hub page
Thank you in advance
Welcome to HubPages!
I would highly suggest you read the TOS agreements for both Google Adsense and HubPages.
I do believe there is something with regards to the content allowed.
As for the basis for hub creation- 400+ words minimum, 9-15 keywords/tags for hubs up to 1500 words, 40 keywords for hubs over 1500 words.
Hubs should have keyword rich content, quality information or sales information if sales hub.
Poems are the only exception to the above word minimum.
Other than that, I don't know what else to tell you.
Try reading the FAQ, starting with this section,
It covers very straight-forwardly what you CAN'T do in Hubs.
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