Why is my home office desk hub is not featured for quality again?
Yesterday, I got the half circle and I tweaked it to meet approval by adding words in ad capsules. Now it's a full circle for quality again. There's no spammy elements anymore and I've removed words in those same capsules. Help!
Yes it's 792 words and has a few photos. I had one ad capsule. But I removed it.
Also, instead of saying "you would need to find the perfect space for your home office..." You should use active phrasing, like "you need to find the perfect space..." Will PM you more - I'm limited to 250 characters and running out of space!
OKay thanks Prokidwriter for the tips and PM. I'll tweak it this week.
I had one hub that I had to tweak to remove repeated phrases. I guess it looked too much like I was attempting to play the SEO game. Have you used the phrase "home office desk" or "home office" or other phrases too many times? Also, can you povide a link to the article? I couldn't find it when I looked for it.
Sure. http://hubpages.com/living/Back-to-Basi … uter-Desks
I could check for repeating phrases, while I wait to hear back from HP via email on this familiar issue.
One thing I noticed from your article is that you had a few minor grammatical errors. One is in your first sentence:"Whether you work at home, ... or an aspiring author like me..." should read "..or ARE an aspiring author like me."
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