This Hub used to be one of the most popular hubs for me but now it is unfeatured! Can someone give me what exactly needs to change here? https://hubpages.com/food/Homemade-Kaju … t-dessert-
Thank you for all your suggestions!
Here are some suggestions:
1) Proofread. Fix the grammar and spelling of sentences like "In addition is so easy on your monthly budget that you can teart yourself with them regularly."
2) Looks a bit too short. Aim for at least 700 words.
3) Your Amazon capsules aren't personally discussed. I've been hearing of HubPages cracking down on these lately, and I imagine that's why your Hub was unfeatured. Either talk about your personal experience with them or remove them.
Best of luck.
You are not following the rules for capitalization of your titles - Homemade Kaju Katli Recipe, a Cashew Nut Barfi- Indian Dessert You can always download a capitalization tool and insert your titles into it so that they come up correctly each time.
Images must be Creative Commons/Public Domain and cited as to source. You can't just lift pictures off websites.
As Jeremy noted, there are grammar/spelling problems. Here are some examples:
In India, mostly every (replace mostly every with most) mouthwatering dishes in (are replaces in) made at home and one doesn’t have to worry about its quality. In addition (it) is so easy on your monthly budget that you can teart (treat) yourself with them regularly.
I have observed the following things shivani,
1. There are few spelling mistakes, Just re-check and post the article.
2. Increase the length of the article little-bit if possible.
3. There are too many combinations of both outgoing and internal links in the article better to avoid too many links and decrease as many as you can.
Best of luck with your feature hubs
Haha is it just me, or is this basically the same as my response?
Or maybe you copied the exact format and points I made and just rephrased them. From the same three points to my "best of luck" at the end.
Look, not a big deal with this, but don't get into a habit of plagiarizing. Rephrasing doesn't mean it's not stealing.
This is a great article but I think the reference looks like self-promotional which is prohibited at Hub page.Avoid many references unless very necessary
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