Can someone please help me in writing articles worth publishing. I have written 2 articles, the one on which I didn't even research got published but the one I researched did not. I don't understand the reason.
The article which was better according to me even got more views.
You have written two blog posts, not articles. Both are opinion pieces. The cricket one is how you feel personally about one cricketer; the tea one is your personal experience of two brands of honey-flavoured green tea.
This is going to sound harsh, but do you think that anyone is searching for your opinions on these things?
When you write articles, you need to offer facts and (possibly) advice that people are looking for.
For example, I enjoy green tea. I buy it because I like the taste of it. Yet you tell me that I only drink it for medicinal purposes. That made me want to stop reading right there.
You need to spend some time at the Learning Center (click Help, top right) and reading articles on the network sites, so you know what HubPages is looking for.
Here's an example: https://delishably.com/beverages/Earl-G … an-Oranges
It's a well-written, interesting, informative article that satisfies readers' curiosity. That's the standard you should be aiming for. It's well-researched with the necessary references at the end of the article.
Tip: remove the bold text.
And I didn't find it harsh. Criticism is necessary
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