Why do my all hubs does not conform to the HubPages community standard of quality.
I gather those are the hubs that you are yet to publish as I can only see one hub up and running?
Firstly, your authorscore is below 74 which makes you no follow in terms of search engines. So, your first priority is to produce quality content.
Have you considered optimizing your page? This might help.
Why not check out extreme hub makeover and post a link for further critique from fellow hubbers? This might help you improve.
Anyway, welcome to hubpages and just enjoy the experience.
You need to have some text. Just having pictures is not enough. You should have at least 150 original words on your hubs.
And just to add--when you include text on your hubs, it must be original. You cannot simply go and steal text from other websites as you have done with the hub you currently have published.
You need to take all that text in the Hub, re-read it, then write it in your own words.
Copying and pasting wont work on Hub Pages.
Tell why you like it, do some research and find out something about it that's not in the article.
Just write hubs that are at least 350 words long, are informative and have the usual capsules at least a comment box at the end. This should see your hubs thrive.
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