My article didn't pass the quality assessment process

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  1. migo profile image57
    migoposted 16 months ago

    Good Evening,

    I published an article earlier and didn't pass the QAP, anybody can help me please to update it
    here is the link: https://hubpages.com/business/Top-11-E-commerce-Trends

  2. Stephen Tomkinson profile image91
    Stephen Tomkinsonposted 16 months ago

    We can't see the article so can't help.

  3. PaulGoodman67 profile image96
    PaulGoodman67posted 16 months ago

    As Stephen says, the link you posted doesn't work.

    There's one article on your profile. I glanced at it and the English is understandable but problematic.

    There are words capitalized that shouldn't be and some badly constructed sentences. Punctuation is sometimes lacking.

    It's not a good read generally because of the lack of flow.

    1. migo profile image57
      migoposted 16 months agoin reply to this

      can you please review my new article and give me recommendations how to write a better articles: https://discover.hubpages.com/business/ … rce-Trends

  4. AliciaC profile image93
    AliciaCposted 16 months ago

    When HubPages told you that your article wasn't featured, they probably also told you about a way to post the article on the forum with a working link. You should look at the email from HubPages again.

  5. Miebakagh57 profile image69
    Miebakagh57posted 16 months ago

    The link you post is not helping us.

  6. Brenda Arledge profile image79
    Brenda Arledgeposted 16 months ago

    Sorry...the link says the page doesn't exist.

    Did you delete it?

  7. migo profile image57
    migoposted 16 months ago

    Thanks you all for your response, I followed the link provided by Hubpages email and edited my article, I hope they accept it this time and I will share it with you when published for any positive suggestions, thanks again.

    1. Miebakagh57 profile image69
      Miebakagh57posted 16 months agoin reply to this

      Mingo, you're welcome. Hope it sails through. Otherwise, in a second assessment, I'll be positive in pointing out your drawbacks. Much thanks.

  8. migo profile image57
    migoposted 16 months ago

    Thanks you all for your response,

    finally my article published here is the link:
    https://discover.hubpages.com/business/ … rce-Trends

    any recommendation please so I can be a good writer.

  9. Stephen Tomkinson profile image91
    Stephen Tomkinsonposted 16 months ago

    Firstly, it's an interesting article that contains a lot of important information. There are one or two grammar errors that an app such as Grammarly would find and correct but nothing too serious.
    I wonder if you are trying to pack too much information into one article. I was a little overwhelmed by the end and feel that this could have been 9 separate articles - each backed with relevant YouTube videos and references.

    1. migo profile image57
      migoposted 16 months agoin reply to this

      Thanks Mr Stephen for your time and your review and also for your tips that I am planning to apply in my coming articles.

  10. PaulGoodman67 profile image96
    PaulGoodman67posted 16 months ago

    I find it much more problematic than Stephen (see above).

    There are lots of small errors, but also plenty of structural problems, such as a lack of punctuation and sentences being far too long.

    Here's an example:

    "in this article, we will discuss some of the top e-commerce trends for 2023, and how they have influenced the customer's purchasing decisions, and how you can take advantage of these trends, so if you are interested in the world of digital marketing and e-commerce follow me to get notified with every news about this rapidly developing world."

    For sure, there's an issue straightaway with the "i" not being capitalized, but the entire paragraph is one long, unwieldy sentence.

    That's just part of what makes the article overwhelming and difficult to read for me.

    For sure, the English is comprehensible, but it requires a lot of work from a reader's perspective. You should be aiming to make things as easy as possible for the reader. Splitting paragraphs up into shorter sentences would be a good start.

    1. migo profile image57
      migoposted 16 months agoin reply to this

      Thank you sir for your time and your recommendations to make my articles better, actually I am not a native English, I am from an Arab country but I am doing my best to expand my skills and get more experience and I will consider these tips for this article and coming ones.

      1. PaulGoodman67 profile image96
        PaulGoodman67posted 16 months agoin reply to this

        For sure, your English is better than my (non-existent) Arabic. You'd likely be okay in a science exam, where it's mainly the content that counts. However, you have to worry about things like the flow and readability when writing articles online.

        Your four-line paragraphs should generally consist of around three sentences, in my opinion. People read on smartphones nowadays and they like punchy sentences. They give up on long, unwieldy sentences.

        Try using the free version of Grammarly. That won't solve all the issues, but it might help. Punctuation and structure can be hard in English, even for native speakers like myself.

        1. migo profile image57
          migoposted 16 months agoin reply to this

          Okay, I will

  11. theraggededge profile image97
    theraggededgeposted 16 months ago

    You should remove the headers above the images.  In fact, the images are not necessary; one at the top of the page is sufficient. Those Freepic cartoons are not attractive and add nothing useful to your article.

    1. migo profile image57
      migoposted 16 months agoin reply to this

      thanks for your timing and your recommendations, I will handle this

 
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