I publish my article and they un publish it again and again.Even though, I edited several times,there is no grammar or spelling mistake.It's my first article,I'm fed up publishing it.Can anyone tell me why is this happening?It's about naiI art,I added, text material and put some pics of my personal nail art and video from you tube.
Same happened to me today. I have just edited one of my hubs and clicked to be republished but it's not yet, (waiting for administrator to review it). Anyway I hope your and mine get published soon
Is it this one? http://hubpages.com/style/Nail-Art-Work
It's lacking content. Not enough words. A decent information hub is at least 700 - 1000 words.
Your first sentence is grammatically incorrect: "History shows, Nail art was firstly, used in an ancient times by males of Babylonia."
It should read "Nail art was originally used in ancient times by the men of Babylonia."
What is that sub-heading 'Bit history'? You could change it to 'History of Nail Art'.
There is *always* a space *after* commas and periods/full-stops.
'Nail' only has an upper case N if it is at the beginning of a sentence.
You have inserted random commas that shouldn't be there.
My suggestion to you is that you have to work on your English language skills in order to get published at HubPages.
Hope that helps
You must be doing punctuation mistakes in your articles for example ....
There is a 'space' after every full stop. You have done this mistake multiple times in your comments as well.
As the raggededge and Marisa have pointed out, you need more working on it.
But don't worry, you have a good niche in your hand and Hubpages will gradually teach you how to write wonderful articles that get organic search.
And by the way consider checking your mailbox.
Thanks dear lol. I used to write on Triond.com and got lot of fame,they used to publish my article at once lol. but here I'm fed up
I did not get your drift?I ain't getting any mail.
Try correcting your punctuation mistakes and add some more content to see if it is published or not. Hubpages has a different style then troind you will have to get used to it.
yeah I have no patience, I'm frustrated.
Aroosa, are you absolutely sure there are no spelling or grammar mistakes? It's very obvious from your post that English isn't your first language. Maybe the English in the Hub isn't as good as you think.
HubPages' main audience is people who speak English as their native language. They want to read articles written in fluent English. If you can't write like a native English speaker then it's unlikely you'll be successful on HubPages.
I checked out a few of your articles, and a grasp of the english language isn't your largest problem, though I did find a few grammatical errors, here and there. You have some other issues going on with your articles, that might be a problem.
1. It's a good idea to capitalize the words in the title of your hub. I noticed several of your hubs lacked that.
2. Starting off a hub with a product capsule isn't a great idea. It makes it look a bit like a sales ad, rather than an article.
3. The few hubs I looked at contained one long text capsule, and only a picture or two, and several product capsules. Try breaking up the text, adding more text content, and a few more relevant pictures, charts, etc. Like your hub on Arabic; a good idea would be to add a chart showing the english and Arabic for each word or phrase you listed, instead of just including it in the text. It's easier to follow that way.
I think it was fine but I'm gonna look over it again ,thanks
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