Here is the link of my Article http://hub.me/aowiX .I cant understand what type of quality standards it does not follow?
We cannot view unfeatured hubs with this link. You have to provide the link given in the rejection email.
Note too that hubs must be written in proper, error-free English. Your bio is full of errors. Even your title for this thread is written in improper English.
Do click the HELP i.e. learning center at the top right corner to know more about what's required here.
https://discover.hubpages.com/education … odiversity here is the link
Subham, as Rery says, the link doesn’t work. You need to follow the instructions in the email that HubPages sent you about the article. If you do what the email says, a request for help and a link that works should be posted on the forum.
The link in your rejection email. I'm assuming you posted this thread because you did not pass QAP.
Hey there, if you want to understand the quality standard, just migrate to the hubpages learning and dig. The number one problem I can idetified is your English. It makes me not to read further. And besides you should write all your articles in readable English for readers to stay long on your prose. Hubpages likes that. Many experienced writers here have said something along these lines, and you should not ignore them. You're one of these new newbies who were deceive by a youtuber. How much d'you paid him? Anyway, Welcome to HubPages.
"New newbies," as opposed to old newbies? lol
You crack me up, Miebakagh.
Well, "new newbies" is actually redundant It's just "newbies".
Well, I just want to be lively and have fun with the guy. Many years ago, I got admitted to secondary grammar school into class1. I was called a new boy. More so, another boy from another school was likewise admitted into class3 just a week later. He was called up:'come here you new boy' by a class2 boy. So those in class3 had to support they classmate and pitch, kick, knock the class2 boy from being rude to an 'interzone'(slang) for midman. It all happen right in my domentry and we had a good laught for not using a little consideration. Some of the newbies here come from another website. Others are starting green or are first timers. That's the picture I tried to paint.
yes and I can't understand, is it because I used lots of scientific names?.
Is the article not featured or not published? These terms mean different things at HubPages.
Okay, that means that the advice in my first post doesn’t apply. The technique that I described only works with articles that aren’t featured. Perhaps exploring the articles in the Learning Center would be helpful for you. The link below goes to the center.
Can now try the link once again
https://discover.hubpages.com/education … odiversity
It looks as though it has been translated or spun.
'Adobe' is not a synonym for 'area'.
'State partitioning' is not a synonym for 'border'.
I expect you watched a certain YouTube video. The guy lied. None of his advice works on HubPages.
Some of your article appears to be copied/spun from: http://www.indianbirds.in/pdfs/Choudhury_Tripura.pdf
HubPages requires excellent written English skills as well as the ability to produce ORIGINAL work. Without them, you won't be able to earn here.
You should go back and explain this to the YouTuber's other victims. He's making a whole lot of money from gullible people.
Not in the least. Your use of the English Language can't convey meaning well. When using scientific names, place they common names along in bracket like musa spp(plantain) or musa-plantain. Another: magnifera indica-mango. That's basic biology.
I think you should change "adobe" to habitat or something like "home to biodiversity". I think you may have confused it with abode.
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