Well how come average English speakers like me come under featured list?. I spend hours writing articles to earn money.Nothing is working can any one help me.
Unfortunately, a passion of money is not a substitute for a writing passion. The good news is that your passion for knowledge could lead to a passion for writing or expressing yourself, in this case, using the English language.
You can try gingerly and grammerly. They have helped me lot but if that dose not work then I really do not know.
Tom, I'm afraid if you are not good at English then HubPages is not the right place for you. You need to be a good writer, with fluent English, to be accepted on this site.
A great passion for writing is normally accompanied by a great passion for reading. Reading good writing is the way you learn to be a good writer. You pick it up by osmosis. I would suggest you read, say, Albert Jay Nock's "Memoirs of a Superfluous Man." He tells the tale of how, as a child, he was aided by "unscrupulous Providence." That's some wit there. (The book may be available as a free download. Lots of his other works are.)
Are you sure your English usage is the problem? There are lots of other possibilities. Poor photographs is a common problem.
One way to get help with English usage is to join a writers' club. But be sure to tell them that's the kind help you want, because members are usually not inclined to be critical.
maybe you should change the settings than people could read unfeatured work and help you. I looked at you profile and there is no articles at all.
i am trying my level best on one article since one week but it is not yet featured.i dont why?.
I think Marisa told you why. Articles for HubPages have to be written in good English.
If you want to write articles to learn English, try using Google. I just typed in "where can I write articles to improve my English" and this site came up: http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/learnin … d-improve/
As a writer, you need to know that research is one of the top skills required. Rather than ask us to look for sites for you, you could go and look them up yourself
Hai friends one of my article is published please do read and post your valuable comments it is not featured.I have changed my mind to write for free.
However, if it isn't featured, no-one will be able to find it via a search engine. So it will just sit there with no visitors (and therefore, no earnings). You need to improve your English so that your hubs do become featured. Meanwhile, you can share the link with your friends and family.
Probably the best way to find a writers' club is to contact your local library, and the libraries in nearby towns if you come up empty at first. There may be more than one library system in your area; there are two serving my area. Most libraries offer free meeting space various clubs, including writers' clubs, book clubs, gardening clubs, and more. If you talk to the head librarian, he or she should be able to refer you to a nearby writers' club. If there are none in your area, talk to your local library about starting one yourself. Libraries also have ways of getting information out to the community, though I wouldn't depend entirely on that to get a club up and running.
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