hello every one "http://hub.me/alGk1", i need a help to publish this article. kindly help me to publish this article as featured article.
First, there is at least one entire section which has been copied word-for-word from an internet source, so you might need to change that to avoid creating the impression that the content is plagiarized. Further, there are several grammatical errors which need to be corrected, starting from the Bio where you need to capitalize the letters at the beginning of each sentence. In the content of the article itself,'It have more than 1800 employees' should be 'It has more than 1,800 employees'. 'The company established in 1957" should be 'The company was established in 1957'. These are just some examples. Also, try to use tables to add variety to the formatting. I'd recommend reviewing other articles hubbers have written and explore creative ways of making your presentation appear more than simply a long list. KR.
To publish an article you simply need to click the Publish Now button on top of your article. Community cannot help you get featured because being featured or not is not our solely decision. There is written clearly when a Hub "can" become a featured hub and this is due to it's quality. Hubpages is a place for quality not quantity.
You will also want your URL (web address) to match the content of the article. Right now your url says 10 easy and fastest ways to make money.
i tried a lot to change my article link but i'm failed. can you please give me some instruction/suggestions to change this type of error?
and also thank you for your replay.
It's not an error. When you recycle your hub it keeps the same URI.
To get a new one you simply have to create a new Hub, set the link and then copy-paste all the content of your old article into this new one.
If you want to maintain the ranking on Google, you'll have to keep it with the previous content.
PS: Our visits to your article will not make you money fast
You need to check the link is according to your article title.
I knew it but failed to change because I don't know how to change the title?
Most of it is copy and pasted. This is not allowed on HubPages. Articles must be your original work.
So tell me which type of article I have to write?
Something original that isn't copied from anywhere else.
Getting facts from other websites is okay, but you have to add something. If it's already on the internet, then why will people read your article? If they can find the same information elsewhere?
I need help because I'm a new writer over here. And this is my first article. so give as much as suggestions you can.
Tip #1 Real writers don't steal work from other people and pretend they wrote it themselves.
Tip #2 Hubpages requires articles written in grammatically correct English.
Thanks to all of you. I will try my best and please keep giving the suggestion as much as possible. so that i can improve my writing and knowledge. The only reason to join hubpages is that not for money.
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