Can you tell me what is spammy about my article on the survey sites, I would like to improve my articles as best as I can
We can't see it. You have to click on the link in the email you received from HubPages.
Sorry about that, I just tweaked it a little and just republished it
It's completely spammy. Sorry The whole topic is spammy. The images are spammy. The links are spammy.
As I wrote in your other thread, this is not the kind of article HubPages is looking for these days. Your hub may have worked five years ago, but things have changed now. To be successful here, you need to write high quality, grammatically correct, informative, magazine-style articles. They should be a minimum of 700 words, preferably more. With top quality legal-to-use images.
https://hubpageshelp.com/content/Learni … y-of-a-Hub
Hope that helps.
Okay, thank you very much! I will try my best to improve my articles
Sorry if I trouble you, but is there some way I can edit or redo my article on surveys so it's qualifies, its fine if there is no way to change it. That was my first ever article written online so I know it needs lots of improvement
Here you go: https://hubpageshelp.com/content/Learni … ng-hubtool
How could you see the article?
I couldn't see any. Even when I went to his profile, I saw no article.
Do you have some magic? :-D
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