Why are ads not showing up on my articles.
I've 4 featured articles at present on my hub, and only 1 of them show ads and show author mode on the account, whereas the other 3 are featured but neither do they show ads nor do they show the author mode separately
The three articles without ads are on hubpages.com. The other one is on discover.hubpages.
There are no ads shown on hubpages.com.
You have to work on improving them so they get moved up.
Sometimes I don't get the system of how hubpages work
Yes, the first few days are not really indicative of where the article will end up. Some go straight to hubpages.com, while others start off on discover.
Over-use of keywords will keep an article down. WhatsApp x 40 is too many. Also I noticed on the sim card article, you are saying 'I' 'I' 'I' all the time. 35 times in fact. It's not good writing. Once or twice is fine, but your readers are not interested in you, they just want the information. You have to keep yourself out of it.
Have a look at this article https://www.lifewire.com/what-are-sim-cards-577532 Can you see the writer mentioning themselves? They address the reader directly.
Clean up your writing and your articles will be moved with ads shown on them.
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