Didn't pass Quality assessment process...any tips for a new hubber ??
Not sure why exactly, but here are some tips that I do that work.
Write an article of about 900 words, include three photos, one large one. Include a video, a poll, and three sections of writing. Also, have a links module to showcase other people's hubs related or your own, or other sites that are relevant. This should work.
In addition to what Lowdown0 suggested, also make sure you put the article through a spell check and a grammar check with a word processing program. I believe Hubpages has their own version of this and if a lot of words are getting flagged, it's going to be marked as low quality.
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