Hi all I am new to this network however I tried publishing my first Hub but it came back unpublished as it say that I did not meet the criteria. Also any suggestions to create quality content instead of my own writing? I was trying to introduce my experience as an affiliate but it didn't allow me to publish the post, perhaps I do not have enough writing and the correct formatting. So what should I do and how to make a good content that will be allowed for my first Hub. Thanks, Sally.
Your name concerns me - are you here to promote your affiliate business?
HubPages wants to publish helpful, informative, magazine-style articles. If you write an article which is purely a marketing pitch to get people to sign up to affiliate schemes, it will be marked as "overly promotional" and won't be accepted.
If you go to my profile, you'll find several Hubs in the slider about how to write Hubs.
You joined one day ago. You really need to take the time to learn about Hub Pages, the rules, etc. So many make the mistake of signing up and trying to publish something, without having any idea as to what they are doing, and expect all to go well.
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/How- … y-of-a-Hub
Hubs must be;
Written using proper English, grammar and punctuation
Cannot be copied, in whole or in part from other web sites.
Hi Afilmarkets below is a very helpful link. For the most part The Hubpages enjoys articles that are helpful and full of information that people can apply to thier everyday lives. Such as beauty tips and how to projects DIY information just to name a few. http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/great-content You also may want to check out the Featured Hub section to better understand the kind of articles that they approve of. http://hubpages.com/topics/all/1
and yes, as Marisa Wright stated, the name Afilmarkets could raise concern. In additon you may want to take advice from Hubbers that have been here for awhile such as Marisa Wright winning Most Helpful Hubber in the 2014 Hubbie Awards :-)
The Hub community is full of helpful information.
Thanks all for the feedback and I will look at examples of post and make changes accordingly.
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