I am new at hubpages. I am not able to understand, how to pass the quality assessment process of hubpages including five featured articles.
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Like Bravewarrior says, go to the help section. Some common reasons for not passing QA are grammar errors, not original content, copyright issues with images, self-promotion that includes links and not the following structure, as explained in the help section.
You have been here 10 months and have written one article?
If you are worried about not passing the process, you need a native English speaker to read and point out all of the errors. I just read your time article and noticed so many mistakes that no editor will approve it without a lot of work.
The only way to get five featured articles is to write five.
Hey Chandan, welcome to HubPages. I agree with what the other writers said. I may add that passing the QAP qualify you also in passing out of the Boot Camp. So think writing better quaulity articles of between 1000 to 1500 words or just a 900 word story.
by Dr. John Anderson 9 years ago
The purpose of this post is NOT to moan and groan, but rather to better understand it, by sharing your insight and experiences. Obviously we now have to work using its parameters. Stayin' Alive Ha Ha Ha
by Andrew C Ross 9 years ago
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by abhay23 8 years ago
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by Mirwais Khan 4 weeks ago
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by NadiraAz 5 years ago
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