Hello all, I'm new here. The following is the link of my new article-
https://hubpages.com/education/Figurati … a-language
I got notification that it contains Spam.. I edited and submitted again.
Will you please give your kind feedback. What I should do?
Hi,, you should remove website links in photos bar.You can say just Source but no links pasting is necessary.I hope this would help.
Hi Mohamed, what is with all of those hyperlinks to Hubpages? That is why the article is called spammy. You need to unlink them.
I followed the above suggestions and edited but again I got spammy notification, Now again edited and submitted to publish. It's really now confusing. Plz do give ur valuable feedback. Thanks
A few quick suggestions:
The title makes little sense and should be altered to reflect the content.
There are quite a few grammatical errors e.g.
"The simple answer-it is due to be unique and of better presentable look. Yes, it is no denying fact..."
Your first photo of a salad should be replaced with something more appropriate.
Figurative speech and figurative language should not be written with capital letters.
You should insert the source of your photos to indicate that you have permission to use them.
Finally, you appear to have simply provided a list of descriptive writing techniques which can be found anywhere on the internet. There is nothing unique about your article.
Hope this helps.
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