When I start my first hub it got hub score 75 and my hubber was 70 then I start a new hub for that time my hub score was 84 and hubber was 75 as my 6 hubs are featured and my hubber was 78 but then I decide to publish a large hub having 1000+ words 7+ pitchers 1 HD video, poll but my hub got "This Hub is not Featured because it does not meet our quality standards" I do editing and submit again and again almost 4 times, from that time my hubber is like 75 then 72 then 65 and now it's 55 what's wrong can you guys guide me how can I increase my hubber?
This is the link HP's offers as help, though keep in mind, they say it doesn't matter and we should just do our best and ignore it... I think.
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/hubs … d_13970188
Hi, Nelly. Few of us on HubPages write in English flawlessly. Many of our friends here are writing in English as a second or third language. Is this the case with you? If so, and this advice goes for all the frustrated Hubbers who are baffled as to why they aren't getting past HubPages quality standards, you will have to learn more about English writing to have success as a writer here or anywhere that sets high standards for their writers.
Please take no offense. English is a difficult language to master, especially in the written form. I hope you and others struggling to write English as an alternate language take the time to learn more about it. It's worth it! Perhaps someone would be kind enough to post some legitimate resources for those who wish to improve their English-language writing skills.
Yes Jason your replay is making sense as hupages team told me that my hub contain to much keywords and some mistakes so i think this is a batter idea to learn more about batter writing have you any tip that can help me to improve?
Honestly, you'd be best off asking your friends locally as to where you could take some classes. Learning to write in English is best accomplished by having a mentor physically guiding you through the process, letting you write, correcting your mistakes, and giving you positive instruction.
I found this an interesting read, too.
http://theamericanscholar.org/writing-e … mcXKHBOPSs
Thanks a lot Jason. That's true that my writing skills are week but now I'll follow your suggestions, I need to take some classes and tanning about how to write an attractive and perfect article thanks again
Sorry bout that Nelly.
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/hubs … d_13970188
Hi Nelly - On a different note, you should remove your address from your profile. It's a nice address what with having the queen as a nearby neighbour, (I mean the British queen - not queen Beth of Hubpages) but you don't want the world to know it. Just say the UK, or England or even London, but not the street, house number and postcode; that's just inviting problems.
Oh yes you are right as we have to 100% natural that was a necessary change thanks chasmac for a best advice
That wasn't her address anyway. It was the address of a prestigious 5 star hotel who would no doubt have objected to her using their address in this way.
what did I miss? Didnt nelly start this thread? If so did they get what they came for? This is such a fun weirdness. Not surprised in the least to see beth as the starting post on here. After all its someone else s thread, or looks that way. LOL hi again beth.
I didn't start this one. Pretend-Nelly did. How dare you!
I started all the other ones though.
I'm getting a headache from reading this post (which appears embedded in the posts here) from Dear Departed Nelly:
"Yes Jason your replay is making sense as hupages team told me that my hub contain to much keywords and some mistakes so i think this is a batter idea to learn more about batter writing have you any tip that can help me to improve?"
HOW did this person ever get to publish anything here???
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