I have submitted the article, but it is failed B/C of Spam world.. I do not get the issue?
Can please someone suggest me?
What do you mean by 'in the bulk of'? Do you mean 'in the shadow of'?
Like FatFreddy'sCat, I think the problem is your use of English.
Link: https://hubpages.com/politics/South-Asi … -Militancy
Do you have a link to the article?
Though with all due respect, if the way you phrased your question is an indication of your English language ability, that may be the main problem.
Yeah, I think this pretty much sums it up. Your English obviously isn't up to HubPages standards.
Thank you all for guiding.
But once againn, my article had been rejected. I think, it has same problem.
Could someone guide me?
We already have. Step one: post the reviewing link Hubpages sent you. We have to be able to see it.
Thanks you for response. Here is the link below.
https://hubpages.com/education/The-Impl … n-Thoughts
You can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and ask them to send it again, but if your article is similar to your profile then English is going to be your main problem.
This site attracts an audience around the world. If your English is just what you have learned at university, it is really not up to Hubpages standards and the articles will always fail the quality assesment process.
Read again what Psycheskinner said, "post the link that HubPages sent you'. It's in an email and will say something like 'get feedback from the community'. There will be a link for YOU to click on and that will generate a post here.
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