What is the right criteria on writing relevant quality contents?
Is there really criteria on writing relevant quality contents? Any suggestions please.
include all relevant information to make the topic complete.. Determining what is relevant and reliable for reader depends on the available knowledge of writer and expectation of the readers..!
nature of topic also matters very much..for example when describing events and people you need some specific information to make the article complete..!
some topics are general in nature and demands great explanations.. so it depends on the writer's knowledge and the audience he is targeting..
by omar ibrahem 2 years ago
how many words must be written at least in the hub ?
by Jinky Marie Manalo 2 days ago
I took a quick look at the first link. This is not an article. It is a blog post. This site is not for blogging. If you want to write blogs, you'll need to find a site that allows you to do that or start one of your own. To get traffic you need to write magazine style...
by Lynne Modranski 3 years ago
I really don't have a problem changing things so that they "comply" with the current standards. I just really need to know what the standards ARE? I just got notification that two of my hubs have been "unfeatured." One of them has only one link outside of...
by Dilip Chandra 5 years ago
On what basis a featured hub is going un-featured. Even when the hub is getting traffic from google, will that be un-featured?A hub of mine is getting traffic from google, it was now un-featured. Strange! What is the criteria HP is following to un-feature a hub?Now it is really a frustrating issue,...
by Kylyssa Shay 2 years ago
I've noticed that I keep seeing HOTDs that fit the niche sites yet weren't chosen for the niche sites because they still have HubPages URLs. Why not save some time in the selection process for the niche sites and mine all the recent HOTDs and all of the Editor's Choice hubs for use on the niche...
by Janis Leslie Evans 5 years ago
I've been following the thread re: problems with the unfairness of idling hubs for low traffic. I went to FAQ and LC to find what criteria determines one getting idled. I couldn't find anything. I know it's obviously about low traffic but what is the measure? 1. Low traffic or no traffic for 30...
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