Is even possible for new hubbers to pass a hubpage bootcamp?
I do not know who read hubs before they are published, featured or non. As a new hubber I found it exhausting to just get mark-unfeatured without any feedback.
My first hub I was writing 4 days just to find out is un-featured. I understand bootcamp is a hubpage thing, but would be nice if at least new hubbers in Bootcamp gets feedback. How am I supposed to learn? It is just stressful and exhausting. I am not saying I am great writer or whatever but at least if someone judge my work, should at least say What can be improved.
It's hard to pass quality assessment, but between you and me it worths it, if Hubpages likes it there is more chance for it to be liked buy many of your visitors, I believe you have to try to copy the scheme of great hubs, only the scheme for example: they will start with 200 words the add picture or two then put it about 300 words then add a video, then another 300 words then a poll. you see where I'm getting at?,
There are in forums some great people they can give you feed back, but if you try to imitate schemes of great hubs, and you have a great English writing skills, and don't put too much personal adds, it will definitely help you improve your hubs rating.
Welcome to HP. You are to learn through the various options here on HP. The best place to start is the learning center. http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/contents . There is a big green button that says Beginners start here. There is also a forum section to get help from fellow hubbers. You can find it here: http://hubpages.com/forum/category/2879.
While in edit mode in your articles you will see a spot on the upper right side that tells you what else you need in order to make the most of your articles. Make sure you follow that. Also I noticed none of your photos list the source. Even if the picture is allowed to be used you still need to put a source in. Also make sure you are using photos that do not violate a copyright.
Good Luck! Use the resources HP has, it will make it much easier!
Thank you for your comment. As I said I do not have a problem with the fact my hubs are not featured but if the people who deside your hub is not good enough do not give you feedback then I cannot change
The only real down side to this site is a lack of communication from moderators. That is why it is best to just use whatever resources are available.
Thank you peeples for your time and advice. I trully appreciate that.
I can only give a general piece of advice based on your question here and glancing over your published hubs. Poor grammar can definitely be a reason your hubs may not pass the quality assessment program. I understand it is a challenge if English is not your native language, but I would suggest improving those skills and/or find someone to edit/beta-read your articles for you to point out these mistakes and how to fix them.
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