I have taken a months long hiatus from HubPages for a number of reasons, one being their picky standards when it comes to publishing Hubs. Now, I understand I may have pushed the boundaries in the past with semi-commercial Hubs, but why on Earth would this Hub about Privatization of Environmental Remediation be rejected due to quality (which usually means spammy in the HubPages reviewer's minds)? Not the sort of thing that makes me excited to write another or 5 or 10 more Hubs (one of the reasons this site is losing writers and published Hubs in droves).
Please Critique My Most Recent Hub: Does Privatization of Environmental Remediation Work
http://rocknj.hubpages.com/hub/Does-Pri … ation-Work
Thanks In Advance!
Looks okay to me. However, you might want to add a live link to your photos and make sure you have permission to use them on a commercial site. Also, it would help the look of your hub if you moved one photo up to the top right of your intro.
If it still won't pass, then try removing the Amazon module temporarily, or add a review of your own to the module so that it ties in more to the content.
It tone of the Hub seems like it's intentionally promoting some NJ agency, not speaking as an informative piece. Plus, the book is not required, so either lose it or explain why it's necessary.
How does one promote a govt agency? Only on HP bizarro world would someone think someone promotes a public entity. What do I have to gain? Nothing. It's about the success of the privatized approached, which is reducing the govt agency's involvement.
Is this a joke?
You mention privatization of regulatory whatever four times including title in the first four sentences.
I didn't read any further.
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