How to get attention to your article?

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  1. Sci Nabeegh profile image55
    Sci Nabeeghposted 3 weeks ago

    Give good heading to your article?

  2. Rupert Taylor profile image96
    Rupert Taylorposted 3 weeks ago

    I'm going to be a bit harsh, but it's presumptuous to offer advice about "Give good heading to your article?" when you have only written one article in quite poor English.

  3. Sci Nabeegh profile image55
    Sci Nabeeghposted 3 weeks ago

    It's okay but I like to write and I want that people read my research because I think it could be useful, English is not my first language and I am trying to improve it. I have 9 other articles which are not clearing the quality test.. if you can help me out with that like can you tell me my weaknesses?

    1. theraggededge profile image98
      theraggededgeposted 3 weeks agoin reply to this

      The one that is published is only three paragraphs long - the information can easily found by a quick search. I'm not sure how it was approved, to be honest. You have to do better if you want to earn any money here.

      Go here: https://hubpageshelp.com/ The articles there not only teach you about HubPages' standards, they are also excellent example of in-depth articles in their own right.

  4. PaulGoodman67 profile image95
    PaulGoodman67posted 3 weeks ago

    As RaggedEdge says, the article is too brief for starters.

    I'm sure your English language skills are fine for conversation and making yourself understood generally, but any mistakes, inconsistencies, awkwardness counts against you in a written information article, even if it can be understood. Some of it can be pretty subtle, but it's noticeable to a native English speaker.

    "Give good heading to your article?" sounds awkward, for instance. "Give your article a good heading" sounds better, even though it's just altering the word order.

    The article that you do have published isn't easy to understand. I'm not sure what "Why There Is No Inertia Inside the Earth?" means. My guess is that you are trying to explain why people on the Earth don't feel any sensation of movement, despite the Earth rotating and moving through space, but the language is far from great.

  5. Sci Nabeegh profile image55
    Sci Nabeeghposted 3 weeks ago

    Thank you so much it was really helpful I will improve it and try my best in future, Thank you so much

 
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