I keep getting this message on my hubpages "The quality of this Hub does not live up to HubPages' standards."
I just don't understand why, I pay good money to have my content written by a professional and I have been learning about real estate as I build the hubs and read the content.
so why are these not getting published?
what's the best way I can get these published?
If I re-write them all and they still don't get approved well then I just wasted a day, so can you please tell me EXACTLY what I have to do to pass the hub smell test?
Read everything you can in the Help section, then contact the HubPages staff directly if the Help section doesn't answer your question.
ETA: Even better is the Learning Center. Click on the link at the bottom of this page and it will take you to loads of information.
Ok, two questions...
1. Why do you pay someone to write your content only to post it on a site that you haven't yourself tried?
2. Have you bothered to read through the help sections? ...to understand what HubPages is all about?
thanks for all of your replies, you have been very helpful.
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