i get unpublished for one of my hubs and i get this message in my inbox mail
Your Hub has been identified as incomplete or Poorly Structured. If this is the first time you've gotten an email like this, don't worry! You'll have an opportunity to fix it.
Hubs that are empty or incomplete, contain misspellings or grammar that make them difficult to understand, or have awkward or difficult-to-read formatting (including the use of all capital letters) are poorly structured. Hubs with a full-width link, news, RSS, comment, or product capsule as the first capsule of the Hub are also prohibited.
Similarly, Hubs with broken links or missing YouTube videos, Videos with distorted or low quality audio, or Videos that are unoriginal and/or poorly structured music slideshows do not meet publishing standards.
now i tried to publish another hub and it not published
when i open it i get this message
Your new Hub has been submitted for publication. It will be published as soon as it is approved.
please can you review my hub here and tell me what is the problem with it
I would suggest maybe ask if somebody would like to email or use drop box (?), in LinkdIn, to work on it together. It can be difficult if English isn't your first language. You could also ask other 2nd language writers, for tips on getting help with your writing. Reading helps too. Just some suggestions.
The last message means that Hubpages will look at your hub to check if it is suitable for publication now. If you have done good work, it will soon be in a published status.
If good English is a problem, you may need to brush up your skills here. If writing is an issue, spend some time reading the hubs of others and then try your hand at writing.
All the best!
You're pretty safe if you write a minimum of 400 words, and USE the spell check and grammar check functions on your word processor. After all that, then double check it to make sure it's informational and not personal. Do that and you should be okay.
Welcome to HP and good luck! Keep writing, too!
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