How can I get traffics from the guest blogging? Thank you for your answers!
I took a look at your profile and I guess you may have bigger problems to address. You have written 50 hubs and have just one published hub. It may help you to get your hubs back on track by reading the warnings in the black box of your hubs and checking for what it means in the FAQ section, that will hep you get more traffic than guest blogging. Just trying to help here.
By guest blogging you leave a link on the another relevant site and do attract some traffic from interested readers on that site to yours.
Hello,yes I have big problem with my hubs but I give up from restoring them back because HubPages Editor don't want to publish anything. I tried and tried but without success although I followed their rules, especially grammatical correctness. Thank you very much for your help; I appreciate what you said. But because of this problem with my hubs, I thought that guest blogging maybe is safer option. I must rethink again. Thanks Sofs!
By guest blogging you don't benefit until you have somewhere to direct the viewers of that blog. So try getting a few hubs published (try from scratch if your old ones are that bad). Hope this helps
Thank you lobo! I tried to publish new article or like you say from scratch, no meter of my blocked hubs, but in general I had not "done editing" button any more, only "submit for publishing". Which means a strict control! After a few hours I got an answer that I was rejected. Since then I have not tried to publish.
Lobo is right, you need to direct your traffic somewhere..it is really not very hard to follow the rules here.. Make your sentences simple and easy to read and it should be fine. Read up the FAQ section on moderated hubs http://hubpages.com/faq/ and you would be able to correct them. It is pretty easy I can assure you.
It is not easy Sofs, trust me I was dealing with this issue for weeks. I have only one republished hub, all thou I have done the same with the others. I resubmitted minimum 10 hubs without success. They was all rejected! Do you have any suggestions? I like to hear you opinion! Thank you so much.
Simple solution: If you cannot figure out what is wrong with the hubs, send a few links to them to
firstname.lastname@example.org. They will respond with not all, but some examples of what is wrong with them. Be sure you explain to the team that you have reread them, made corrections, etc but they are still rejecting them.
Hi Irena welcome to HP. Don't be too hard on yourself about your writing. No surrendering allowed Take a look around at other articles. Look at the what is being written about, why, where, when and how then see how you can adjust your own writing. I also think there are people who would be willing to help, if you ask.
Thanks for your support! Yes, of course there is no room for surrendering, but it seems like I need to deal with my English for a long time. I have to learn to define much clear and concise sentence. Thank you all for your concern and desire to help me!!! : )
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