dear hub writers, please tell me why my articles are not being passed from quality feature? what should i do now
I am trying my best from last three or four days, i did lot of changes to my articles but still not being passed from quality feature....
The key thing I noticed was your format does not follow recommended HubPages templates. When creating a new Hub you can use a template and delete the capsules that you do not need. All Hubs should be 700-1200 words (aim for 1200), contain 3 pictures (spaced throughout), and two "supplementary" or "video" capsules from YouTube. Also double check to make sure the first letter of all sentences are capitalized. http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/Topic-Templates
will you please tell me what should i do now in my these four articles to get featured quality:
http://naseebqasab.hubpages.com/hub/New … Networking
http://naseebqasab.hubpages.com/hub/Ins … el-in-Cnet
http://naseebqasab.hubpages.com/hub/Sug … S-training
http://naseebqasab.hubpages.com/hub/How … technology
i tried to change them many times, but still i can't get featured quality. where i am making mistake?
The rejections should give you some hint as to where your problems lay, however;
I only had a quick look at your hub about learning a second language and saw this sentence;
"It is likely that you do not remember in details the process due to you was a baby and people rarely remember that stage"
This is enough to get you flagged for poor English.
While I understand that English is not your main language this site has very high standards that must be kept to. I am sure that with practice, practice, practice you will get better at both your English and at getting hubs published - Try reading what you have written out loud, it may help you as your English does not seem that bad.
I read your hub about learning English as a second language. It started out very well. I agree with you that immersing yourself in the language is the best way to learn it.
But at the end of the article, there were sentence problems: "These are just recommendations, there is not any recipe to get the success; every human being is different, so you are the responsible of deciding what it suits better according to your personality and learning style. Anyway, always persevere; do not give up it is a long process which worth doing."
I recommend doing what all of us should be doing. After we are finished with an article, we need to take some time off, and then read it again with fresh eyes to see things we have missed.
- try to separate the text in different text capsules.
-be sure that you are adding more that 5 photos, 1 video and any other capsule.
-Use an english corrector to identify ortography mistakes.
- Be sure that your hub has more that 1250 words.
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