Hi Guys Please help me improve my article https://hubpages.com/food/Grilled-Prawn … ella-Salad
Word count is way too low. The many pictures give some illusion of length (and I like them, they're colorful), but I just don't think there's enough writing here to be Featured. Strive for at least 700 words. Perhaps talk about the taste, ingredients, price, or variants.
by Marina 5 years ago
This week we will begin assessing older Hubs that haven't yet gone through the Quality Assessment Process. Instead of only holding newly-published Hubs to the heightened quality bar introduced in March, ALL published Hubs will need to meet minimum quality requirements in order to remain or become...
by Jennifer B 10 months ago
I'm new to the site but I used to write for Examiner.com so I'm trying to get used to what it takes to be featured and how to best promote traffic? What worked for you?
by Paula 4 years ago
What is the best way to get your Hub "re-featured" after being un-featured for lack of engagement?In some ways, the more I learn about the current happenings with HubPages, the more confused I am. I know many hubs are no longer featured due to lack of engagement, or low...
by Brandi Woods 2 weeks ago
Hi Hubbers,I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my article So Quick to Anger (must be signed in to view). What can I do to improve? Thanks!
by Melissa A Smith 5 months ago
I've just received an email for the first time telling me one of my older articles is "incomplete or Poorly Structured". I believe this article was previously featured, as almost all of my articles are. It was old and had some issues so that's not really the problem here. What I don't...
by Eugene Brennan 2 months ago
Any ideas how I could improve traffic to this article? It only gets about 4 views per day.https://dengarden.com/gardening/Selecti … -Gardening
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