I am seeking help for how I should proceed in improving my hub page article about writers associated with Thanet.
What is it that I am missing that keeps getting this particular article rejected?
I've ground to a halt with this one and do not know what else to do. Is there any advice you can give me?
First of all explain where Thanet is. A couple of sentences about the town in general. Then mention that it has produced several renowned authors.
Don't capitalise 'writers' in Thanet's writers (when it's in the text. Fine in the title, of course).
Talking of the title, do you think anyone is searching for it? Have you done any keyword research on the topic? 'Famous Writers of Thanet' might work a little better.
The links may be causing a problem. Do you need them all? It's okay to add some references, preferably at the end, but HubPages doesn't want you to send readers away from your article. If a link is really necessary, add it as an in-text link.
As far as the content is concerned, it's a little bit thin and not terribly engaging. Have you any fascinating tales about the writers in Thanet? There needs to be some colour, if you took the links out (which you should) there won't be much left.
I would suggest at least 300-400 words per writer and their connection to Thanet. Don't just regurgitate other information easily found on Wikipedia. Do some research.
It could be an excellent hub if you are prepared to put the work into it
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