I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my Hub Professional SEO Company: Here are Simple 45 Advice to Consider (must be signed in to view). What can I do to improve? Thanks!
You've definitely put a lot of work into this now. And that's good.
There are still some issues that need to be addressed.
First of all, your title is grammatically incorrect and it doesn't reflect the content. Your 45 points are mostly questions and not necessarily advice, so I would retitle it to "45 Tips For Choosing the Right SEO Company"
Your numbering is wrong towards the end. You get to 45 and then it starts off at 31 again. Why the bonus tips? Why not include them and round your tips to 50?
There are many punctuation errors. You need to be consistent. If you are using full stops/periods at the end of your bullet points, then use them on them all (if there isn't already a question mark). The general rule is - if the points are full sentences then use a period. If they are single words, phrases or fragments, then no full stop/period until the last item.
Some grammatical errors and awkward phrasing, for example,
"For one not to fall into scams, you need to have some basic knowledge of SEO that will help you in choosing the best."
"Avoid scams by having some basic knowledge of SEO. That will help you to choose the best company.
Delete the links and just leave the text. The links may be preventing your hub being approved. I might have said this to you before. You can add the links back in gradually, but really they are not necessary.
Hope that helps.
You have made your article better than before.
The only reason I see is the outgoing links. The limit is two links only.
You may want to check this faq.
Hope it helps.
Link again that takes you to the concerned faq
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