Nazmunn, you heard. Amara, right? Likewise you already heard Bev, and me, okay? I've painstakely, reiterate the question to you in a thread that you birth and posted. Let me repeat a point here. When Amara, received the 'Feature Author' title, I at once migrated to her page to get a bird-eye-view of the subject she treated. Seriously, she took a unique topic and angle. I think something which any other person has not done. Writing better and unique articles that are good enough is the trict. I'm saying this from a research I'm doing on the niche sites or network. So I can post articles there. Start writing and post 5 featured articles to pass the Boot Camp. Start now. I remember once a gal wrote a piece. It was immediately moved to a network site. Her next article is a question mark. Not every writer experience the first scenerio. So write you best, and you too can become Feature Author or Editor.
That's the best an author should do to do better. But most of the time we're comfortable in an area that seems a doom. We should go above and beyound as writers. Seriously, I've lately studing SkyAboveUs network sites, and the others so that, I can re-write my feature articles and submit to such high tech websites, where appropriate.
I have just cleared my boot camp with five Featured Articles. I just want to thank the all members who have helped me achieving it with their timely help and guidelines. Looking forward to write more hubs! Thank you all!
I made it to the Featured Hubbers - those hubbers you see before logging in! Once I saw my hubscore (96) I logged out and logged in and checked and there it was, my ef-ing face! Though I know they some kinda lowered the scores to make eligibility nonetheless I'm still proud I'd sleep with a smile...
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