I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my article 5 Best Technology Gadgets Comparison (must be signed in to view). What can I do to improve? Thanks!
Parts of your article are published on other sites. The section about Amazon Echo and Google Home appears at http://www.toptenreviews.com/home/artic … t-to-buy/, for example. Articles on HubPages must be original and not duplicate content.
Yea, I thought of comparing things by just using their informations. Ok, I'll see to it
It's always a good idea to research the platform you are writing for to make sure you aren't breaking any Terms of Service before you get banned
Thank you so much for that information. I am giving reviews about Amazon products in that article. Even though I add my own words for describing that product, hub pages tells me to edit my content. They are asking about significant informations and user reviews. Also another style tip says I should write about a product for 300 words. So what exactly should I correct for posting a featured article?
Check out this link : https://hubpages.com/technology/Top-10- … nd-gadgets
This was my previous article. Even though the layout is good and content was proper, Hub pages refused to post this article. How should I write to improve it?
If it isn't published, we can't see it. There will be a special link in the email sent to you that you can click on to request feedback.
Have you spent time researching HubPages' requirements? All good writers do that before attempting to publish.
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