I am a newcomer and I need feedback on my article,which is not getting featured ;
https://hubpages.com/family/Things-A-Ch … om-Parents
Your help would be appreciated !
Hi there, welcome.
Sorry to be harsh but the problem with your article is that your English is not yet up to the standard HubPages requires. Until your English improves, you will have a problem getting articles featured here. For example, there's no such word as 'compassionary'. And there's always a space after a comma or period/full-stop.
I also wonder if you have any children yourself because the article seems to lack understanding of the basic struggles of being a parent?
You've used some copyright and watermarked images. You can only use images that have a Creative Common license or are clearly labelled as Public Domain, or belong to you.
Do some research at the Learning Center: https://hubpageshelp.com/
Despite using the word "compassionary",what would be your comments on my language.I actually knew that it was not a word, I made it, which I would never do again.
And would I not be deviating from my topic if I will discuss the struggles of being a parent ?
That's not what I meant. I mean that it's tough being a young, first-time parent. It's all very well to tell someone do these things to produce a well-balanced child. It's a little harder in real life, when there are jobs, bills and mortgages to pay, and lots of pressure.
In other words reading articles like this can pile on the guilt. I have had three children, I know what it's like to be young, short of money and under pressure. If someone had lectured me about what I needed to do to produce a happy child, I would have thrown the nappy bucket at them (we had actual nappies/cloth diapers back then).
What young parents want is support and encouragement, not a lecture. Parenting is stressful enough at the best of times.
Have a look at the HubPages network site 'wehavekids' to get a better idea on parenting articles: https://wehavekids.com/
Here's a good example: https://wehavekids.com/parenting/How-to … thy-Adults
...and lecturing from someone who shows no obvious signs of being a parent
Ma'am,I could not get my article published. As you recommended, I placed spaces, I added links, I removed all previous images and grabbed them from pixabay and Pexels. I really don't know what to do now?
I think I could not point out weak areas of the article. And you know what, after all the edition, they just did not even published it. I really am so
No, we can't see it any more using your link.
As I said, the English is not up to the standard required. We can't proofread and fix the article for you. It's your job to write it to HubPages' requirements. Perhaps you know someone who is really fluent in spoken and written English who could take a look at your original text?
As far as the content goes, it's really important to write about what you know, especially when starting out. For instance, if you aren't a parent, you can only write from a child's perspective. Later on, when you become more experienced, you can research all kinds of topics and produce a good article even if you haven't had personal experience of the topic.
I can't see your article but i have replied you at fb about some important information on writing at hubpages. As you have mentioned you are chartered accountant so I would suggest you to write informational articles related to your field. Hubpages promotes unique content the kind not available on anywhere else on the web. You can work on your field related topics to write. Good Luck!
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