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: Marketing Hacks to Boost Revenue on Christmas (must be signed in to view)
Seems to have passed QAP already, well done.
You might need to choose less well covered topics to get traffic to your pages, though. Also your images have been used millions of time (literally). And they have no creative commons licence, or caption.
A guide to image use:
https://hubpageshelp.com/content/Learni … -image-use
You need to check the article carefully and correct the English errors. You should also correct the English in your bio. In addition, it's not a good idea to use an informal word like "coz" in a HubPages bio. You should state the source of the photos and show that they have a suitable license for use in your article.
It seems a bit strange to me that you since have a female user name and photo, you have only mentioned "businessmen" in your second sentence. As I'm sure you know, businesswomen are interested in a peak selling season, too.
I agree with Linda. You use "!!!," and per the guidelines, this is not acceptable. Also, you have bold for "remember," and there is no need. Why not write more about how important it is to remember this issue.
I bet five bucks that "Jennifer" is really a dude from the third world and that profile pic is from a stock photo service.
I sincerely doubt a native English speaker wrote that bio on "her" profile page.
If you paste the bio into Google, it comes up all over the place.
This is strange syntax and grammar, "Before starting your charismas sales, get all tools in your hand. All tools that are needed to execute campaigns, attract customers and measure results."
The English is weird all the way through the article and I'm pretty sure that it isn't written by the person described in the bio. "Customer feel valued, if you’re treating them exceptional."
Was it the "my hometown is Delaware" or the fact that she could not spell her own name the same way in two places?
You are right, the profile has "Spammer Dude" written all over it.
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