I am trying to know on what bases Hubpages network sites accept articles. Your help will be very helpful for me.
Articles for the network sites have to be in-depth and well-written. Additionally, if there are other articles on the exact same topic already there, then the new one will be rejected.
The best way to understand how they are selected is to read lots of them
A good article has to have good content without grammatical mistakes and also without language mistakes and it should be presented in a structured form in a sequence where things come one by one and keep the reader engaged till the end.
It is also expected that the material should stretch at least to 1000 words though some writers churn out articles having even 2500 or more word count.
The best way is to go through some of the articles here which have moved to the niche sides and then make them your benchmark.
Archana Das, please go through learning center. You will find in-depth information about writing thank you.
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