Hey! Please have a look at my article. I would appreciate your feedback! Thanks in advance!
https://hubpages.com/health/Rejection-i … edirection
I can see a few issues with this:
It appears you have created a thin re-write of other articles on the internet, for instance: https://www.forbes.com/sites/nicolefish … your-brain
There's no point reproducing work that isn't your own; it will always be picked up and rejected.
'Obviate' doesn't mean what you intended it to mean. The word you need is 'prevent'.
The article is too short. It needs to be around 1,000 words for this kind of topic.
Subtitles should be in title case.
Don't use too many exclamation points. It's unprofessional.
HubPages isn't a blogging platform
Thank you for having a look. I truly appreciate your feedback. I will try to correct my mistakes
Plus, Can you please tell me more about the title case? I didn't get you.
God bless you!
Plus, I just read Forbes articles and yes it matches mine but I did all the research and the idea is not at all copied. Do you think I should still remove that part?
Title case is Rejection is just Redirection. There are online tools you can use to fix titles. https://capitalizemytitle.com/
Yes, you'll need to completely rewrite so yours is different. Remember that these sites are your competitors. Your article is competing for the Google top spots so yours needs to be better than the others. A pale pastiche won't do. So more research and more in-depth analysis is required. Otherwise it's a waste of time because no one is going to read it.
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