Needing help in Indication of Spammy elements

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  1. tajwershakir profile image68
    tajwershakirposted 3 years ago

    Can any one tell what actually is wrong with my this article in term of 'spammy element'? I have shared the link … als-Papers

  2. AliciaC profile image96
    AliciaCposted 3 years ago

    Hi, tajwershakir. I don’t see anything that could be considered a spammy element. I suspect that the email that you received (if you got one) was a form letter that listed spammy elements as a possibility and not as something that was definitely wrong with your article.

    I think that the article could be featured if you went through it to correct the English errors and explained how the picture is related to the information in the article. Stating the source of the picture to show that you’ve used it legally would be good. It would also be good if you gave more specific information about creating a research proposal.

    1. tajwershakir profile image68
      tajwershakirposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Hi, AliciaC. Thankyou for reply but unfortunately i have again got the mail of spammy elements for this article. Still can't get it whats wrong with it. I have checked it many times now.

  3. theraggededge profile image97
    theraggededgeposted 3 years ago

    It's right there: "A moderator made the following suggestion for your hub: Please thoroughly proofread this article and correct any errors in spelling, grammar, and syntax."

    Read the text out loud - that helps you pick up any awkward phrasing. Use the free Grammarly and Hemingway apps to help you with grammar and style. Ask someone who is fluent in English to proofread for you.

    1. tajwershakir profile image68
      tajwershakirposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      ma'am with due respect I have checked it at Grammarly and many other apps there's nothing wrong with the text and grammar according to the apps. thanks for the reply

      1. theraggededge profile image97
        theraggededgeposted 3 years agoin reply to this

        But the moderators don't think so. That suggestion is specific to your article. The moderators and editors haven't got the time or resources to correct every article that's published. Writers have to do that for themselves.

        If English is not your first language, I'll guarantee there are errors. In your messages here, on the forum, there are errors that indicate your English is not up to the standard that HP requires.

        I can't see your article now, but Alicia C obviously picked up the fact that there are errors.

        We can't help you any more than we have done already.

        1. tajwershakir profile image68
          tajwershakirposted 3 years agoin reply to this

          Thanks alot with your so far help I am not asking for it specifically from you. Yes English is not my First language but that doesn't mean that I should not ask for specific reasons of getting my article not being published from the whole community here. I do feel you have been too rude to me in stating my errors in the messages here. This is just a forum to ask a query and i do have a right to ask a question. If you are that disturbed with my query then please do not answer them but judging a person on the basis of this is not being justified ma'am! Nobody is perfect after all and i am the new hubber so trying to get to know the hub policy of assessment for articles via this way as you have stated already moderators are not going to pin point it to me. Sorry to say but you got to be careful too while addressing people in need and asking for help not to offend them as being second language learners and full of errors messages here in the forum. I am aware of the decorum of formal and informal platforms too. So kindly if you are not happy at my inquisitiveness then you are free not to reply at them. Thankyou!

          1. theraggededge profile image97
            theraggededgeposted 3 years agoin reply to this

            I have not been rude to you. I have simply stated the facts and the fact is, your English is not yet good enough to be published on this platform. I'm sorry if you don't like that, but it's the truth.

            No one said you couldn't ask a question. However, if your writing here is anything to go by, your hubs aren't going to be approved.

            If you don't want help from forum members then don't ask for it. We're not going to treat you softly... you come here as a writer and, as a writer, you have to be prepared to take criticism.

            You can take offence, or you can take it as advice and go and improve your English.

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