I have two articles that I have written that were not featured. I am honestly not sure why and I really don't know what to do. I have no links within and I am not selling nothing... I am not sure where I went wrong.
I would appreciate someones feedback... thank you. Also...could not have some articles featured prevent you from getting accepted with Google adsense? I have written more articles since I first applied and still no acceptance....
The two articles are:
http://lwoods.hubpages.com/hub/Child-Be … onexistent
http://lwoods.hubpages.com/hub/Tips-and … ic-Attacks
Linda if you have a 1/2 circle beside your article it is unfeatured for lack of traffic (search engine traffic to be exact). Many of us are currently experiencing this and it can be pretty annoying.
A couple tips to help increase potential traffic and engagement on your article.
1. Add a video
2. Add a poll
3. Use the promotional buttons to the side of your article to increase traffic.
Good luck. I know how annoying this is because I see it on a regular basis.
Lady lorelei what is promotional button?
Where is located on hubs?
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