I am seeing new hubbers struggling to get their articles published especially because there are other competeting articles. Many rejections from the quality team are surfacing. Has the team become strict?
What are the new basic rules if any?
I think they are getting tighter on quality, which can only be a good thing.
You know that HubPages has been bought out by a company called Maven?
Yeah. Read today about it. Is it because of that?
I think the past year especially, they have been trying to improve quality as well as respond to Google updates to improve the site overall and draw new viewers. It has helped a lot with how the site is viewed, I think. It's definitely a good thing.
Raising the standards of quality is a good thing. It makes us better writers. HP has endure remarkably well, and I respect that. It is the quality that makes it so. Most of the quality issues I am seeing, which are posted on this form, is basic stuff. The quality issues are reasonable. Though, a form letter from HP stating "not featured" and listing the possibilities is hard on some writers who need specifics. I admire an editor who is direct and to the point. It helps me work faster. Less guessing and introspection as a writer is always a good thing.
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