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I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my Hub How High Intensity Workout Training Can Stop Ageing?. What can I do to improve? Thanks!
This topic is not really encouraged by HubPages as it is associated with spam:https://hubpageshelp.com/standards/Learning-Center-restricted-topics However, you might get it through with some tweaks.
You need to make sure your images are legal-to-use. When you use images from Wikipedia, you have to attribute the owner, not the website.
You have to get rid of the link to FitDummies.
What's 'telomeres'? Explain any terms that may not be obvious to your readers.
Hope that helps.
Can you explain a little why this topic is considered as shammy? I have to keep the link for dummies, it is written for that website.
Have you been paid to write for FitDummies? Is this an SEO exercise?
Read the link I posted. That's HubPage's policy.
You can't write here to place links for other businesses. It's not allowed. If you want to write a sponsored blog post (and I write quite a few of them) you need to use your own self-hosted platform. HubPages is not the place for sponsored posts. If you told FitDummies that you could do that, then you'll have to untell them.
Hubpages is web2.0 site as I remember. We get high quality back links from it. Is it not allowed now?
https://hubpageshelp.com/standards/Lear … w_22795275
Where it says 'Reduce the number of links', it means delete them all together.
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