I'd like feedback on my article: Uses and Benefits of Frankincense Essential...

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  1. Zola Mars profile image91
    Zola Marsposted 9 months ago

    Hi Hubbers,

    I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my article Uses and Benefits of  Frankincense Essential Oil. What can I do to improve? Thanks!

  2. aesta1 profile image88
    aesta1posted 9 months ago

    Lydia, you have all the information. All you need is to edit it another time. The title, Emotional Well Being, for one of the sections may be better renamed, just a suggestion, Why is Frankincense Gaining Popularity? You have your keyword in it which is good for SEO and it captures what the paragraph is saying.

    The links just appeared under the precautions section. Maybe introduce it. Make sure those links enhance your article and come from reliable sources. Choose well.

    1. Zola Mars profile image91
      Zola Marsposted 9 months agoin reply to this

      Thank you so much for your great advice. I will do what you have recommended. It makes sense to me!

  3. DrMark1961 profile image97
    DrMark1961posted 9 months ago

    Hi Lydia as Aesta points out you have almost all of the information on this article. It was interesting to read but I think there are two reasons it did not pass QAP.
    1. Medical claims: You pointed out some ways that this oil can be used for medical reasons. If you are making a medical claim, such as applying the wounds to your skin to prevent tetanus, you need to back that up. Where is the reference for this? Google has a special policy for YMYL articles (your money your life, or articles that might affect you financially or physically) and if you are making medical claims you need to prove them.
    2. Organization: If someone wanted to scan your article before reading they would probably just move to another source without reading. You could start by including a bullet list of the uses of frankincense essential oils (improve your emotions, improve your health, improve your beauty, etc.) I think the part about uses in other cultures should go below this list.
    As I mentioned, it is a good article. It just needs some editing to be successful here and on the search engines.

    1. Zola Mars profile image91
      Zola Marsposted 9 months agoin reply to this

      Thank you for your input. I will take that into account once I do my next edit.

  4. Zola Mars profile image91
    Zola Marsposted 9 months ago

    Thank you for your great advice. My changes have been accepted. Now this article will be featured!

  5. aesta1 profile image88
    aesta1posted 9 months ago

    I'm happy for you. Now you can write a new one.


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