How to write good quality content and make hub looks better and get approved on Quality Assessment process?
I think the main thing, and a good starting point, is to break the Hub up into main talking points. Outline before hand what those points are. As a hypothetical - why is (such and such) food good for you: (1) Heart Health (then explain), (2) Bone Health (explain), (3) Low-fat (explain); and so on. Introduce the subject in the beginning, then hit your talking points, then end it with a "take-away", what the reader should get out of the article, a summary and whatever. That's the gist.
Of course, as already said, you must have a good command of the language, good grammar and spelling, structure sentences well, etc.
The article should cover the subject matter well, not just a cursory coverage of the subject. Also, I'd follow the guidelines in the Hub Tool that tells you what is in a successful Hub; they show you how many words should be in it, what kind of capsules to use, how many images and video, etc.
To get approved, you need to write Hubs that are written in fluent English. Your forum posts suggest your English is not up to the standard of an American or British speaker and if that is the case on your Hubs too, they will never be approved. If you really want to be a writer here, then you need to do some further English study first.
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