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?
You shouldn’t use periods (full stops) after titles and subtitles. There are multiple English errors in the article. In addition, some of the vocabulary is strange and some statements makes no sense. The unusual word choice makes the text resemble spun content. You have based your article on the one in the link below.
If you haven't got expertise in the field you are writing about, then leave it to those who do
And what is this?
Let them get a little David Beckham.
Children love messing about in David Beckham.
That puzzled me. The original article says “Let them get a little messy. Babies love playing around in messy textures.” I did an Internet search and found that “messy texture” has been used to describe David Beckham’s haircut.
Thank you, I will write now original articles. For knowing about a feature article it has been published.
I found this very amusing! Might also be something to do with Lionel Messi, the football player. (by mistaking the 'y' in messy for an 'i')
I thought he was writing about how to make your goats smarter. What a letdown!
"Play Look-a-boo?" Last I checked it was called "Peek-a-boo."
Between that and the odd "David Beckham" reference, I'd say your translation software is in dire need of an upgrade.
Oh, no brother! What do you understand? I try to write a feature article. I am successfully writing this first article. I completed my graduation in management and wark in a Bank. So it is impossible to write about health. Thank you, doctor, for comment on my article.
So what are your qualifications for writing about child development?
Why not write about management and banking where you have your own unique experience to draw on?
The title of the article is inappropriate. (Why do you think the other site chose "baby"? Child would be appropriate too.) You have experience in management, and that might show in your article.
Thank you for your advice. I have more time after office time because of CVID-19 so I try to write for hub pages for 30 days but almost 10 articles have not been published because of not feature and I don't know how can it be a feature so I copied an article from another site. After rewriting it has been published. I know it is not good for me and decided me as a thief. Now I have written an article in my mother language but the key world reaches can not be thought. After knowing the key world reaches, it would be published. Thank you for your valuable opinion.
Your main problem is your lack of English skills. HubPages requires articles in near-perfect English.
The best advice is to take some time to improve your English, then come back and try again. Otherwise you are wasting your time.
I need to be more direct here. Your article about developing a kid's brain is a spun copy of the one that I showed in the link in my previous post. Your article should not be published. You've gone through the entire article created by the original writer and changed words so that your source wouldn't be recognized.
The original "Encouraging Responsiveness " section
"Shower your baby with affection. What babies need most is love and attention. A baby needs to know they are safe, secure, and loved for their brain to develop properly. When your baby cries, pick them up to see if anything wrong. Even when your baby is not crying, engage with your baby all throughout the day."
Your "Enabling Responsiveness" section
"Shower your infant with affection. What babies need most is love and consideration. A child has to realize it shelters them, secure, and cherished for their cerebrum to grow appropriately. At the point when your infant cries, get them to check whether anything incorrectly. When your infant isn’t crying, draw in with your child all for the duration of the day."
This is the link of my article, I want to ask is there a shortcoming that prevents it from being published? I would be very grateful if you would help me.
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