I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my article Understanding the Logic Behind Artificial Intelligence (must be signed in to view). What can I do to improve? Thanks!
I would like to know about the learning process. The logical process is clearly expressed, but nit so much how the machine is able to understand human language and draw conclusions from it.
Your article came to an abrupt end. I was expecting you to go further into detail.
I think you made a brilliant introduction, but I was waiting for the body and more meat.
This is a great topic, very interesting. I believe you need to add more to this article and extend it past 1500 words so readers get a full sense and more details of your message. You can add some diagrams, like decision making paths machine algorithms take, or some illustrations that provide readers with a graphical explanation, or perhaps some pictures if you have them.
Best of luck,
I think it would be a good idea to delete the phrase with the link. The phrase isn't necessary in order for readers to understand the sentence and linking to a specific company might be interpreted as spam. Another problem in the sentence is that you've used the singular pronoun "it" to refer to "Automation software products". I hope this helps.
Hi Everyone! Thx for your feedback... I'm going to try and add more to the article and see how that goes. Thank you so much!
Hi All -
I've added way more content about logic itself and how it's applied to computer programming to build an algorithm for AI. Hopefully this'll get approved!
Please let me know any thoughts... I greatly appreciate your help
Your article is interesting, Elizabeth. I think the creation of the tables was a great idea. The article needs to be proofread, but I don't think that's the main problem. As I said in my last post, I think the problem is the link. I was enjoying the education that I was getting as I was reading your article and then I reached a link to a commercial company. The link seems promotional and unnecessary. I suggest that you delete the link, proofread the article, and then see if it's accepted. Good luck.
The article was valuable without the Workfusion link. I think that AliciaC is correct and you should go ahead and delete this link and submit the article again.
I read this the first time you posted. I can see all of the hard work that went into revising. The new article is much better.
The article is excellent, but you're linking to a business. This means that you may benefit from linking to that business, and therefore your article lacks credibility and impartiality. Hubpages will not feature any article that is promotional.
You need to remove the link.
Hi All -
So that worked... I removed the link and the article was approved to be published.
For future reference then - is there a way to include external links without it seeming spammy?
Some articles I write are for businesses that want to impart overall field knowledge and link back to like a webinar or something they may have done.
Thank you all SO much for your help!!
You might not find that HubPages is the right place for the kind of writing you are doing. If you are being commissioned or sponsored by businesses to promote them, HubPages is definitely not suitable. They frown upon any kind of promotion. Links must be pretty much non-commercial, unbiased, and important to the topic, such as providing back-up data, studies or reports. If you can be subtle, you might get away with it, but to be honest it seems to be a lot of work for very little return, especially if you spend time writing an article only to find the link is disallowed.
HubPages is looking for magazine-style articles which provide value to the reader and advertiser, not to the businesses which might be sponsoring the article. Should you write on the topics covered in your bio, without any intention of promotion, you could do very well here.
Not a chance. Hubpages does not even remotely permit you to promote business. That used to work 5 years ago - no longer. Google is very tough on it, and it would immediately affect hubpages Page Rank. You can write articles. You cannot in any way link it to a business website.
Okay good to know - so research or supportive links are allowed but linking to a business isn't, if I'm understanding correctly. Some articles I write are commissioned by businesses, but I've really enjoyed the group support and even the style of writing within HubPages, so will definitely continue to post articles here... just not the business-y ones
Thanks again for all of your help!
Good luck to you. Do not expect to earn much but keep working at it and you eventually will do okay. Consdering that you are in California the earnings here will not seem like much but with time they will be enough to pay one or two bills around your house. As long as you enjoy the writing, and write about things you passionate about, you will do okay.
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