I am new to HubPages. Just wanted to know a few things-
1. How many articles/hubs do you need to be featured on Hubpages?
2. How can I comment on anyone's article?
3. How to know if your article is spam?
All of the answers to your questions can be found in the Learning Center. Click the word "Help" in the upper right corner of your screen.
Thank you ma'am. I'll follow your suggestion. I read a few of your articles in the Dengarden. They are very useful. Even I grow vegetables on my terrace here in Mumbai. A few years back I had tried my hand at organic farming. But had to abandon it due to labor problems.
1) You are free to write as many articles as you want. They will be featured only if they pass the QAP test. It is never about quantity, but always about quality.
2) As Rupert mentioned, you can only comment on a few network sites. To leave a comment on any article, you must first sign in. LetterPile, Delishably, and AxleAddict are some of the network sites that allows you to leave comments.
3) Spammy elements include spammy links, amazon links that have nothing to do with your article, and anything that appears to be promotional. Most of the time spammy elements is an automated message triggered by multiple links to the same url, regardless of what that url is. You should also credit your photos appropriately. Don't use stock photos they can also be counted as Spammy sometimes.
I hope it helps
Best wishes and Blessings!!
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Hey, welcome to hubpages. The numbers of articles you can make to be feature is not limited. But the article must be very informative, media rich, and rich text. And also entertaining and helpful. Besides, you can c6ment on these three niche axleaddict, sites:wanderwisdom, and delishably. You can also comment when a limk is produce about any publish article. Finally, any piece of writing that did not meet hubpages standard of writing is regard as spam.
#3 If you have to ask if your article is spam, then it probably IS
Yes, because it fell short of the standard to be feaure. I believe if we had to write only original quality articles, articles that if they're pass through a software called 'turn it through', and it detected less than 15% as not the writers' works, such article can be featured. So, let's geared for originality always.
In answer to 2, we can't currently comment on article except on a couple of niche sites.
One thing that I was always tapped over the knuckles for was that I used words out of my title too often and Hubpages told me that I was stuffing the article. So just make sure you don't overuse words and pay attention to your word count. It comes with practice. Good luck.
I got the idea. It's good that one write with a natural flow. But it's safe to insert key words in titles and sub-titles sparsadly.
Thank you all for such lovely suggestions. This will really help me in formatting my future articles.
I do understand that overusing a keyword is known as stuffing. But there are times you really have to use them repeatedly if you have drive home the point of what we are writing about.
All the same I have noted down all your suggestions and thank you all again for helping me out.
You're welcome. But instead of stuffing keywords I use synonyms. Thanks.
Again, you've very much welcomed. Rogets Thesaurus is very good on synonyms. I use it to write a natural flow regardless of SEO or SERP. With that just said, it makes one to avoid repeating key-words, emphasising them, and stuffing them into texts. Use key words in titles and sub-titles very sparcely. Thanks.
Friend, I thank you wholeheartedly for your valuable suggestions. I will definitely look up Rogets Thesaurus. I will certainly call upon you to help me out in future.
Here you go...
https://publish.obsidian.md/rogets/Voca … vocabulary
Bev, I'm using the Pan Books reference edition. Thanks for ithe nformation on the online version.
Adios, you're always welcome. I'm available 24/7. Thanks.
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