Whenever I publish my articles I got this error:
"Please address the moderator set alert below before you publish this article.
This article is unpublished because it did not receive high enough ratings to meet HubPages' quality standards or because it contains spammy elements. It will remain unpublished until it is edited, published again, and rated high enough to be Featured."
Here's the link to my article:
https://hubpages.com/money/How-to-feed- … est-Option
Kindly see this article and let me know what I can do to get it published.
Hi, Charles. I think a major problem is the grammar errors throughout the article. You need to proofread the article carefully. Perhaps you could ask some friends to look at it and point out some of the mistakes that they notice.
Another problem in the article is the images. They should have a public domain or a commercial Creative Commons license or be used with permission.
You are off to a good start, but your article needs a good edit, as Linda suggested. Good luck.
Yeah, same thing happening here, it's just utterly weird how your article won't be published and neither anyone from HubPages' team will tell you what exactly needs to be improved or fixed.
Obviously there are no grammatical mistakes in my article but still face the same issue.
RzX, judging from the grammatical errors in your reply here, I doubt very much that there are no grammatical errors in your article. You should have a native English speaker take a look at it. HubPages is an American site and demands articles be written in perfect English.
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