One of my better articles seems to be unplublished now. Why is that, and how do I get it republished?
http://robsthe1.hubpages.com/hub/Rememb … ine-Dunham
Does your dashboard say it was unfeatured for lack of traffic or for lack of quality?
If the latter, you might want to start by checking whether all the images on your hub are (a) licensed for commercial use and/or (b) properly attributed to the source, per the image use guidelines in the Learning Center? There may also be an issue with pixelated (low quality) images in one or two places... When you go in to the Edit mode for the hub, do you see a notice box in the upper right that gives any clues to how the hub might be improved?
It is published but not featured. I would suggest starting by either reducing the size of the lead picture or finding a higher resolution version of it. It is pixelated.
Thanks all, but the article was a featured article for months now, would those suggestions make a difference at this point?
Your hub says it was last updated October 2014. Much has changed online in general and in Hubpages standards in particular, since that time. Perhaps the most effective use of time would be to review the Learning Center if you haven't done so in a while - "Elements of a Stellar Hub" http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/Elem … tellar-Hub might be a good place to start, to bring you up to speed quickly.
Yeah, I actually just changed out the cover photo for the article and that's the update you see for today's date.
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