I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my article? What exactly can I do to improve? Thanks!
Here is my article: Does Opposites Attract in Relationship Matters ? (must be signed in to view)
Hi, Kuntal. You should proofread your piece again. Your title has an error - it should read 'Do Opposites Attract', not 'Does Opposites Attract'. Also, your piece is too short for Hubpages. It is interesting, though. Good luck!
Hi Bushra, thanks to notify me about the error. Yes, you caught it right. I edited the title before submission without reviewing its sentence structure LOL !! But, I would like to know what could be the required word count to get an article published without any further cancellation. Thanks to help.
The article bio needs to reflect the content of the article. In other words, what experience you have that qualifies you to write about relationships.
The image also carries grammatically incorrect text so the article will never be approved while it's visible.
The phrase is not "opposite attracts", but "opposites attract". This basic misunderstanding of English grammar runs through the article, so it needs a thorough proofread. Almost every sentence is incorrect. Try Grammarly to help you fix some errors. For example, "Humans naturally get attracted..." should be "People are naturally attracted to..."
As far as the content is concerned, well the concept of 'opposites attract' is far more complex and nuanced than you have described and can be applied to many different aspects of human relationships. If I were writing this article, it could easily run to over 2,000 words.
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