I have submitted an article on health records which was not published. I would like to know the reason for not publishing my content.
It's impossible for us to say because we can't see the Hub. You can email firstname.lastname@example.org and ask them to give you some idea.
If you edit the Hub, you'll see a set of check boxes in the top right hand corner which gives you some suggestions on what HubPages expects in a Hub. Look at how many of those boxes are checked - the more boxes that are checked, the better your Hub's chance of being approved.
The most common reasons for not being approved are that the Hub is too short, or the grammar and spelling is poor. Looking at your blog, it is extremely academic and would make little sense to a lay person: perhaps the moderator who judged your Hub felt that it wouldn't be useful to the average reader.
Here are the HubPages rules for publishing. If you read further down the reasons Hubs get moderated are also listed.
Thanks to all for guiding me. I will work more on my content and try to put it back.
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