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Hubpages wants media-rich, magazine-style articles that are written in near-perfect English and that offer unique information or engaging perspectives. Your article is a buyer's guide for pumps that contains grammar errors. It looks very spammy and that is something HP always rejects.
For some reason, I was not able to access your article. (Perhaps I did something wrong.) However, based on the aforementioned comment, I suggest that you consult with the CMS (Chicago Manual of Style) or a text such as Diana Hacker’s A Writer’s Reference on an as-needed basis. Yes, HubPages wants “near-perfect” grammar.
The original poster neglected to give us the URL. The article took a bit of tracking down. You can find it here
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by Erick Hernandez 5 months ago
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by HelpfullHeart 8 years ago
I'm at a loss. They say that my article is a duplicate, and needs review. it also says something about it being commercial or something like that. Can some one help me know what to fix. so I can republish. I edited it and added pic.s. is this possibly how I accidentally duplicated it?
by Margie's Southern Kitchen 2 years ago
Hi, have things changed? I have wrote 25 hubs and never had these problems. The moderates said to remove link to my website, but I do not have a link to my website on this page, it is on my profile. I do not know what else to do different! Need help please. Thank you!...
by Wajeeha Khan 3 months ago
Hello everyone, I don't know why this article has not been featured. I worked way too hard on it but they say its a very common topic. Will you guys please help me improve it? Link to article:https://hubpages.com/style/Keune-Keratin-At-home-for-9
by Chris Jawalka 5 years ago
I wrote a hub recently about MS drug trial results. A lot of it was flagged for being 'duplicate'. I tried my best to quote the exact texts appearing in the article, and re-word the data that I reported, that was taken from several other sources. There really was no other way to put the majority of...
by Connie S Owens 6 years ago
I have edited this article far too many times. Now it is not eligible for publication because it promotes affiliate links. I have none in the article anywhere. I referenced a resource and had it in the link box. But removed the box because it was considered affiliate. There are no affiliate or...
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