I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my article? What can I do to improve? Thanks!
Here is my article: LIGHTWORKER VIBRATIONS (must be signed in to view)
Hi. Welcome to HubPages. What you have written is a blog post. HubPages isn't a blogging site. In addition, your post isn't about physics and shouldn't be posted in the Education and Science section.
The capitalization in the titles and the subtitles of your post should be removed, since it gives the impression that you're shouting at the reader. I see a strange message about searching for templates at the bottom of the article. If it's not a bug and you put it there, that should be removed as well.
The HubPages help section would be worth exploring to help you discover what the site expects from writers. https://hubpageshelp.com/ Good luck.
Thank you, although I do dispute that my post isn't about physics. As for 'shouting' ... I was taught to type in the 1960's and I've also taught Electronic Office Skills and typing in capitals, although today is thought of as 'shouting', it actually isn't, as any good, professional typist will tell you. It is EMPHASISING, not shouting. The strange message about templates, I haven't a clue where that came from and I thought I had deleted it. Thanks for your input. :-) Hope I'm OK to put an emoticon in there.
What everyone here has already said, plus a question -- if you are serious about getting readers, how are you going to provide something they are looking for or asking for?
I was getting interested waiting to see where "lightworker vibrations" comes in, but....nothing. What happens next?
I did write "Watch this SPACE!" A play on words that seems to have gone over some reader's heads. This was my first post of, I hope, many. What happens next happens when I decide to write it. :-) Thank you for your input.
In addition to what Alicia says, spend some time at the relevant network site: https://exemplore.com/
And research the platform at the Learning Center.
Welcome to Hubpages.
I agree with Alicia. You need to write an article that teaches or tells the reader something about physics or science. Good luck!
Please re-read my post and you will see that it IS about physics and science.
Grace, this is not a platform for 'posts'. Articles should be around 1,000 words and offer information on topics that the public are searching for - it can't be all about you. Though it's fine to include some personal info if it is relevant The topic of light workers doesn't belong in the physics category.
Eventually, the goal is to have articles moved to the network sites. Here's the one that has science topics: https://owlcation.com/stem/ Have a look through some of those so you get an idea what HubPages is looking for
With all due respect, are you an expert on Lightworkers and do you really understand what they are? More to the point is this Hub open to people of perhaps wider interests and who think outside the box? You tell me the topic of Lightworkers 'doesn't belong' in the physics category. I believe it does. I'm not sure what HubPages is looking for but it certainly isn't me. From the feedback I've had so far, I don't feel supported or assisted in any way, I feel like I'm being 'herded' into a sheep pen and being told what and how to think HubPages thoughts rather than my own. Thank you for the experience.
What you've written Bernadette, would be better suited to the 'about me' section of your profile. That is currently blank and it gives you an opportunity to introduce yourself to your readers.
As regards publishing an article, you should follow the advice already given, especially in respect of the learning centre.
Good luck and welcome!
The people who replied to your request for help are educated and successful hub-writers. If they all 'misunderstood' your article the problem may not lie with them.
I'm also educated, perhaps in a different way to what you mean by 'educated'. I'm also successful, again, perhaps in a different way to what you mean by 'successful'. If you're saying 'the problem' lies with me, why not just say so instead of couching it in the way you have. If HubPages wants sheep, then I'm sorry but that's not me.
Grace, It is to your advantage that you have lots of experience. Once you understand the guidelines, apply them to your articles, you will excel. Good luck.
Thank you. I have 66 years of experience. I think I do understand HubPages 'guidelines' and they're way too narrow for me. But thank you.
I would like to suggest that you take your 66 years of "experience", your 1960s rules of typing rules, and your beloved Lightworkers and start your own blog.
The sheep will stay here. We promise not to follow you anywhere.
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