Hi everyone. I was wondering if I could get some pointers on getting a hub featured. I have edited my hub "Items You Need For Your Dorm Room" several times but it has not passed. I have 3 hubs featured and am trying to get to 5 so I can get out of boot camp. Is that hub too wordy, too many Amazon products, not enough pictures, or poor quality? Thanks!
Are we allowed to post links in the forums. I'm not intending on being spammy, I am looking for concrete info. http://hub.me/ajCl9
I guess there is no way to tell then. I'll keep editing it. I just wonder which HP rule I must be breaking. All of my Amazon links are relevent and there are only about 5 for an 1100 word article. They are nicely separated too; not bunched together.
Have you seen the forum post about the new spam rules? There is a link to a blog post which has links to examples of the types of hubs that are spammy and the types that are not. I found those examples really helpful in figuring out what they really meant by spammy.
I'm not saying that your hub is, but you really need to be careful when writing that type of hub. All of the products must be directly related to the content of the hub, which for the title you are using does seem like it a lot of things would fit.
by Jen withFlash 5 years ago
And why can't I add any Amazon capsules? If they're not allowed, then why are they even an option? The word count doesn't seem to matter because I can have over 2,000 words but have to remove them all before the hubs will become featured again. Either way, I like the color and...
by nicomp really 5 years ago
It's a great hub. Why isn't it featured. It's well written, smart, high quality, intelligent, current, praiseworthy, and long enough. http://nicomp.hubpages.com/hub/Buy-Office-SuppliesPS> Don't guess. If you don't know for sure, don't waste my time. Thanks!
by Kristen Howe 5 years ago
Yesterday I updated one of my hubs with a new poll. So why did it get the NFQ symbol, when nothing was spammy? I've rearranged the capsules, hoping it helps. Any ideas why?
by Melanie Shebel 3 years ago
Is there a way to edit my email settings? Every time I edit a hub, I eventually get some sort of "We've reviewed your hub and it can pretty much continue to be on thisverticalsite." I tend to edit in batches so I'll get maybe 10 or 20 of these emails. Those are really the emails I get too...
by Shannon 5 years ago
I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process as my page "contains spammy elements." I have tried changing it multiple times today and have not has success with getting it featured. Will you please give feedback on my Hub Amphibians, Reptiles, and Fish (Cold-blooded...
by Kate Alexandre 5 years ago
Why would two hubs go from featured to not featured? I didn't make any sort of major changes to them. One has been featured since this summer and gets a decent amount of views.Thank you. It really doesn't make sense.
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