I am just letting you know that I updated an older article and it took over five resubmissions to get it featured again. It was very frustrating because I kept getting the form letter, which was no help. I was getting so frustrated trying to figure out what was wrong and started making editing errors. I did persist and now it is featured, yikes! Since HP has more editors, you'd think they'd get rid of the form letter. I have it memorized now. : ) Here is the article that is finally featured. If you see a typo, let me know. I will go into hysterical laughter. https://hubpages.com/games-hobbies/Fun- … s-for-Kids
You seem to have a spam comment at the end of the article. It doesn't add any value to the topic. I would delete it.
I was thinking the same thing-- patience and perseverance is admirable.
Articles that are unfeatured on HubPages are handled by our moderation team, not our editing team. Our editing team selects articles to move to Network Sites, requests author edits to move articles, and edits articles. We don't handle featuring and defeaturing articles. I'm glad that you were able to fix the problems and get it featured.
by Waheed Hassan 21 months ago
I Joined HP a few days ago (maybe 5 days ago) and got my First article featured within 24 hours. Now for the second, it is taking time. I have edited it two times still it's not getting featured. I was wondering does it gets difficult after the first article? How long it took for you?
by Kenna McHugh 18 months ago
I tweaked one of my featured articles last Friday and it was unfeatured within two hours. I was "What?" Five days later of retweaking, still not featured, rewriting, still featured, and taking shots in the dark to get it right, my article is featured again. All in all, it was a...
by Susie Lehto 4 years ago
I am being challenged. I have been having a problem getting a new hub to be featured. It has gone through QAP three times already. It is a new day, and I am feeling up to the challenge once again. Rested and refreshed after a good nights sleep, with a hopeful heart. So! Now, the hub will be going...
by Mother of Movies and Series Reviews 2 years ago
I have finally published a hub that has been deemed unfeatured. I can only direct my attention to a table I inserted which was long when viewed on the mobile platform. Grammar is checked, titles tweaked, content is solid as its in the same vein as my other articles. Do you think this could be it?...
by Shauna L Bowling 3 years ago
I recently had a hub un-featured for engagement, as the half-circle indicates. I think this is an unfair practice and should be eliminated entirely. Here's why I feel this way:Our hub traffic is often affected by the time of year, holidays, seasons, and current events to name a few. If left alone,...
by Ryan Thomas 17 months ago
Hello dear fellow HubPages users,Typically I don't post in this forum because I've never had any significant difficulties before, but one article that I have published has been repeatedly refused by HubPages as a featured article despite adding on new media content, removing an amazon capsule, and...
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