I'm new member here and i have just written new article that i would like get published but for some reason hubpages is not publishing it. can anyone please help me out you can read my article here:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1N4D … sp=sharing
if there are changed needs to be made can you please point me in the right direction
Hi there, welcome to HubPages
The problem with viewing your article on Google docs is that we can only see the content, not the format. And that is a big part.
I can see you have a link to a totally unrelated business which looks promotional. You'll have to get rid of that. To be frank, the whole article looks as if it is purely to provide a backlink to that business. Won't work.
Hubpages articles aren't blogs. Your article isn't a post.
Also the article is way too short, given the topic. You've only given three reasons and not gone into any great depth. Articles should be around 1,000 words, and for this topic, I would think a lot longer.
Hope that helps.
PS Why use some generic guy's image for your profile? Use your own if possible.
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