I have done EVERYTHING I can think of to change my one hubpage i am trying to publish. I have taken out ALL links. Have added pics and polls and it looks better then my one hub I have already published if i do say so myself. But it STILL doesn't approve my hub for publication. Can someone PLEASE tell me exactly what I am doing wrong here with this hub, so I can finally get it approved and featured!!???
You need to provide a link, otherwise we have no idea which hub you are talking about.
It's frustrating, too, not to have a link to the hub in question in order to provide helpful feedback.
You've had some accurate answers on your other post asking the same question.
Earlier I saw an article of yours about Halloween Cookies. Is this the one in question? I see it's no longer published.
However, I would suggest loosing the caps for words in the middle of text. Also, exclamation points should only be used for exclamations such as Wow! or Oh!.
Ok thank you Rupert I will go through and switch those!! So far I corrected things yesterday and am still waiting to see if it got published or not for both hubs!!! Thanks!!
Also no it was for my ways to advertise hub!!
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