I have a hub that is not featured when my hubs usually are featured. Could someone please read and give advice? Thanks in advance. https://hubpages.com/health/What-Is-Ray … -Manage-It
I think the article is well put together, with your experience down at the bottom so that the reader can make himself familiar with the other information first.
The title is sort of clunky, but that is not the problem. (I would change it to "How to manage Raynauds Phenomena at home" or something similar.)
The problem is your links. You have those Amazon UK links for gloves and socks. Just delete them. If you want to include an Amazon link it needs to be a regular Amazon link, it needs to be a product that you have used and something you have purchased from Amazon.If this were my article I would just delete those links and see if it is okay with HP.
My other concern is about the images. Are they free to use? Where did you even get them?
Thanks DrMark1961. I have looked at those links and deleted. You are right they should not be there because I had not mentioned them even though I do use them. Thanks for your help. I have been on the site for years on and off but it is only now that I am trying to learn how to do a proper hub. Thanks for feedback
It's probably all those outbound links that are causing difficulty in getting featured. HubPages wants readers to stay on your page (advertising revenue) rather than following a link and maybe not coming back.
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