An already featured article now unpublished on what ground?

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  1. tajwershakir profile image57
    tajwershakirposted 8 months ago

    Why has hubpage unpublished my already featured article? This is incomprehensible to me. It seems like there are lapses in the hubpages publication policy and system. The article has been cleared earlier at the quality is suddenly being uncleared now. Quite ridiculous and spammy of hubpages team.

    1. theraggededge profile image96
      theraggededgeposted 8 months agoin reply to this

      The first pass through of an article is, I believe, completed by an automated system. Once it has become featured, it is then queued for the Quality Assessment Process. That might take days. A moderator looks at it for various criteria as listed here:

      https://hubpageshelp.com/standards/Lear … tured-Hubs

      That help page is very clear that the featured status may change as an article may go through the QAP several times.

      So there are no lapses. HubPages is not being ridiculous or 'spammy'. The system is working as it should to keep the quality of the site high.

  2. Erudite Scholar profile image61
    Erudite Scholarposted 8 months ago

    Hi @tajwershakir,
    The algorithms run the articles before they are approved by human editors.The algorithm uses machine learning and if the rules change, they adapt their behaviour to the new rules.Try to edit the article and republish it.I hope this helps.I have been having issues with getting some of my articles Featured too.All the best in your writing.

    1. tajwershakir profile image57
      tajwershakirposted 8 months agoin reply to this

      Kindly check these 2 links to heĺp me in finding faults
      https://hubpages.com/entertainment/The-Best-Of-90s

      1. Gregory DeVictor profile image97
        Gregory DeVictorposted 8 months agoin reply to this

        Remove all of that boldface. HP editors do not like it.

    2. tajwershakir profile image57
      tajwershakirposted 8 months agoin reply to this
    3. tajwershakir profile image57
      tajwershakirposted 8 months agoin reply to this

      Thankyou @erudit scholar i have done more editing in both articles above if u can check and point out any more I shall be thankful

  3. Chriswillman90 profile image97
    Chriswillman90posted 8 months ago

    I just had an article that I published yesterday not get featured for quality reasons. This is the first time that's happened since I got here.

    It was a review item so it had an Amazon text link, I removed the link and now it's featured. Odd considering I've published nearly a dozen reviews and had no issues with Amazon links.

    Could this be the algorithm at work?

  4. Kenna McHugh profile image89
    Kenna McHughposted 8 months ago

    This is common and nothing odd or "spammy" about it. HP is helping make sure the quality of your article is up to par. Good luck in making the edits and resubmitting.

  5. theraggededge profile image96
    theraggededgeposted 8 months ago

    And... "The arrival of the internet in the early millennium" I think you'll find it arrived a lot earlier than that big_smile

    Grammatical errors require fixing. For example: "The late 90s has been a smashing era till date."

    Don't use an ampersand (&). Write 'and' in full. Otherwise your writing looks unprofessional.

    Time didn't start in 1990, so you might like to add some earlier decades to your poll big_smile

  6. Gregory DeVictor profile image97
    Gregory DeVictorposted 8 months ago

    You wrote “beautiful & memorable” and  “entertainment & literary.” Replace the two ampersands with the word “and.” I notice that you have made the same mistake numerous other times. You need to correct this.

    You can learn when and when not to use the ampersand here:

    http://www.probizwriters.com/PBW-blog/i … and-usage/

  7. Gregory DeVictor profile image97
    Gregory DeVictorposted 8 months ago

    You wrote “The Teenage of the Early Millennial” as one of your headings. This phrase makes no grammatical sense.

    1. tajwershakir profile image57
      tajwershakirposted 8 months agoin reply to this

      Thànk you all for your help and guidelines. I got them over looked.

      1. Gregory DeVictor profile image97
        Gregory DeVictorposted 8 months agoin reply to this

        Your welcome

  8. Gregory DeVictor profile image97
    Gregory DeVictorposted 8 months ago

    You wrote: “The two of his most famous novels are:” Remove “The” from the sentence.

    You wrote: “late 90s and yes! I loved.” Remove “yes!” entirely.

    You wrote: “Many of the greatest attractions, the Video Games happen to be the biggest for the children.” This sentence has grammar issues.

    You wrote:  'Backstreet back alright,' 'Get down,' 'Everybody', 'Quit Playing Games,' and 'I want it that way'

    (I inserted the commas.) Replace all the apostrophes with quotation marks. You have made this same mistake numerous other times in your article and it needs to be corrected.

    If those are song titles above, the words must capitalized accordingly.

    You might want to run your article through Grammarly or some other grammar checker.

    1. tajwershakir profile image57
      tajwershakirposted 8 months agoin reply to this

      Thanks alot! I got it now. Very kind of you!

 
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