Whenever I publish my article after quality assessment process. It's showing me your article is not publish only you can see it. Reason of my article is not publish Spammy elemants. Can anyone tell me how can i fix this.
I took a look at your trouser/pants article. The main problem is your English. It is not yet up to the standard required by HubPages.
You haven't cited the source of your photos. They must have a Creative Commons license and be legal to use on a commercial site. You can't just take them from Google unless you can confirm the license.
'Spammy elements' are just one possible cause of not passing QAP - they are usually links.
Visit the Learning Center by clicking Help, top right.
Thank you, for giving me this information.
Can you tell me where can I find pictures for my article?
The best thing you can do is build a photo library by taking your own and using them in your articles. In the article Bev mentioned, you're talking about the best slacks for men. I would assume you've come to your conclusion because you own a pair of each style. Have someone take a picture of you wearing each type.
Using your own photos as often as possible steers you clear of copyright violations.
In the event you don't have suitable shots of your own, try Pixabay.com or Unsplash.com.
If I use Pinterest for takes pictures for my article.
Pinterest is not a suitable source for pictures. People share photos there with no concern about the license of the images. The sites that bravewarrior has mentioned are a good source of photos that have a suitable license. Using your own photographs would be even better.
No. Pexels, Pixabay, Unsplash. You can also search on Flickr for CC images but be careful with those.
https://hubpageshelp.com/content/Learni … -image-use
All good advice, but it seems to me that the much bigger problem is English proficiency.
Agreed! There are many misspellings on his profile page. He shouldn't worry about photos because none of his articles will pass the grade until his English/spelling/grammar is polished.
I re-again published my article. You check it. And tell me it's perfect Or not.
Now you've got some spammy elements in there with all those Amazon India links. The market for Amazon products on HubPages is the US readership. It's an American site. It also has its own built-in Amazon program.
The key to use Amazon is to restrict it to one or two links. And also you MUST demonstrate that you own and use the product. So there's no point in linking to random items if you have no experience of them.
However, as I said in my first response, you need to improve your English to be able to write here.
Which article has spammy elements. 1.Pants or trousers or 2. Wrist Watches??
If your wristwatch article also has links to Amazon or other sales pages, then the same applies.
You are probably here to earn money, so spend time at the Learning Center to understand what is required.
The main problem is the English language issue.
In Wrist watches article I didn't included any Amazon links or any other links...
In Wrist watches article I didn't included any Amazon links or any other links...
And one more thing is that this article first I wrote in hindi,I translate it into English from Google Translate..
We are discussing your pants article.
You can't use translation software - it will never work here. If you can't write in English, you won't earn a penny on HubPages.
If you came here because you saw a YouTube video, know that the guy was lying to you. None of what he said is true.
Okk, next time I'll write article without any translation.
Tell me, how do you write. I mean you write direct in hubpages or first you write in notes/notepad.
I write in a program called Scrivener. Many people use Word or the free LibreOffice Writer.
You can use the free app, Grammarly, to help you fix some of the errors, but really you have to be 100% fluent in English to be able to write in English.
Today I re-published trousers or pants article. And this time I write it myself. I didn't use any translation software or any application. So please you check it and tell me it's perfect or not.
Hi, Ajay. Your article about pants has many language errors. It would be good to improve your skill in using the English language before you try writing more articles.
I noticed two other problems in the article. The excessive underlining should be removed. The wording of the caption and the source under each photo is identical. The repetition doesn’t look good. In addition, the source links for the photos don’t work.
I read many times the learning center. The main problem of my article is "standard quality'' and "Spammy element"
Hii, AliciaC. Can you tell me. In my article, Where are spammy elements??
I haven’t seen the email that you received, but I think it says that spammy elements may be a reason for the fact that a particular article is not featured, not that they definitely are the reason. The email is a standard letter listing the possible reasons why an article is not featured. It’s not a specific version for a particular writer.
You don’t need to be concerned about spammy elements in the latest version of your article. You need to be concerned about the points that I raised in my previous response.
The best thing would be to go through the featured articles here and then try to reach or cross that level.
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