I've spent 12 hours writing a blog post: http://hubpages.com/games-hobbies/Drone-Tube-Drone-News
Which only includes 1 link, to a %100 topic related blog post, but it gets unpublished for some reason.
Are we not allowed to use relevant links in posts?
Your writing is great and the layout looks great, I strongly suspect that it may have something to do with the images. Do you have express permission to use those images? If so, you need to credit the sources and if not, you need to take them down (it is illegal to use images without permission that are not licensed under CC0 license). The best thing to do (since it may be hard to find free images for this particular drone) would be to take your own pictures (if possible).
This is the official creative commons site that can explain safe licensing https://creativecommons.org/
Why not publish it without that link and see if it gets published. Just to make sure that the link is the issue? Once you figure that out we could probably look into it further. Because right now, using the link you provided we cannot view the hub (as it's unpublished).
If I submit the post without the link, it's published (also featured )
when I insert the link, It's immediately unpublished and the reason seems to be "Needs Improvement".
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