I got a notice from Hubpages stipulating that my article looks good enough to be moved to a niche site, however, they require me to make some changes for it to qualify to be published on that network. The editor said the following" Text Formatting:
Only bold words and phrases that are essential to emphasize. Italics should be used for the titles of books, computer and video games, movies, and television shows but not to provide emphasis. Lastly, always avoid large blocks of text that are excessively stylized (bold, italic, underline) as they impede readability."
However, when I checked the article, I do not see any bold words or phrases, italics etc. I am left wondering what is the issue. I have posted it here hoping that a fresh pair of eyes might see what I cannot see. Here is the link to the article:
https://hubpages.com/health/The-Amazing … ultiflorum
Check for spelling an grammer. If you have amazon capsules they must fit your article or it on't be moved. You also need to make sure all pictures used, you have the right to use.
I took a look...
You have not repeated your keyword 'Chinese Knotweed ' anywhere in your text. It should be at least in the first paragraph. I thought I was reading about Chinese knotweed, but then I was reading about Fo-ti. It left me confused. Always write to the title.
Sub-titles should be put into title case.
You've only one photo. For this topic you should have at least one more.
You have a section entitled, "How to prepare and use Fo-ti", but you don't actually explain how to make the remedy. This is where photos come in useful. You could provide a step-by-step description of the process supported by photos.
You should probably place your reference links in the text where you make certain claims about the remedy.
It would also be helpful if you mentioned how you use it and what benefits you have noticed.
Thanks for the eye-opening tips, I'm getting on it right away
We are not suppose to use capsules for headers anymore. The title o each header should be capitalized. References should be just the name of the research site not the whole link.
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