Can you please tell me what is spammy about my articles because every article I write is spammy and I would like to improve. I would like specific details if possible.
"Spammy" just means that you are including links that break the rules.
That might be links to Amazon products that aren't relevant, or affiliate links to companies that aren't whitelisted, or you're linking too often to the same websites.
I have a Hub on the Basic Rules - you'll find it on the slider on my profile. Read it carefully to make sure you understand the requirements.
Thx you very much, and my hub on gaming doesn't have any links beside the source links. May you please take your time to check it out, it would be greatly appreciated. I will definitely read your article.
In that case, the source links are the problem.
Does that mean I have to remove the source code?
I have no idea what you mean.
If your Hub was rejected because of spammy links, then I can't see it unless you post using the special link in the email you received.
However, having looked at the one Hub you do have published, I wouldn't recommend you waste any more time writing here. HubPages is an English language site and all writers must be fluent English speakers. Your standard of English isn't a high enough standard yet. You need to do a few more years' study before your articles will be good enough to make money here.
I'm only 13 years of age and would like to grow my views and profit later on in life, I want this to become my side job as I try my best to become a software engineer later on
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