I'd like feedback on my Hub: My Own Journey Through Code Part 3/3

  1. calvincrane profile image74
    calvincraneposted 17 months ago

    Getting quite dismayed as to why none of my posts are passing quality control..they are not overtly spammy and I link to good quality sites. It feels like I am missing something and all the boilerplate advice seems to be not what I am suffering from.
    Is it that I need to write 5 articles before any get accepted. Or is that for some other featured status. I am initially looking to get something published.
    I have spent probably a couple of days in total now across 4 articles with a lot of edits and they are good quality. I guess that you must have some backend access to view my articles as they are not published.

    Hi Hubbers,

    I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my Hub My Own Journey Through Code Part 3/3 (must be signed in to view). What can I do to improve? Thanks!

    1. theraggededge profile image99
      theraggededgeposted 17 months agoin reply to this

      Hi there,

      Sorry to hear you're having trouble.

      Okay, so you need a better title. No-one will be Googling 'my own journey' in relation to the topic.

      Delete the links to the other articles. Series don't work so well on HP. They should appear all by themselves as related articles. Automatically. Anyone who lands on Pt 3 is very unlikely to bother going to read the others. People want the information they are looking for right there on the page. They won't go ferreting around HubPages for it.

      Following on from that, you should either write one hub, or three different ones. With completely new titles reflecting different aspects of your experience. Divorce them from each other smile and make them individually SEO friendly. Each should have a well set-up introduction explaining what they are about.

      Remove the link to the car rental calculator - it has nothing to do with the topic. Yes, I know you think it does, but it doesn't. Also remove the wiki link. Your article should stand alone without needing wikipedia to prop it up.

      That's a start anyway.

  2. pen promulgates profile image60
    pen promulgatesposted 17 months ago

    Hey. Boot camp can is tough smile
    Welcome to Hubpages.
    Understand this table well.
    It answers about spammy elements in details.


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