19 Jun 09
19 Sep 10 1:50 am
usually they dont just reject you off hand. they will give you info on what has to change with it.
hubs are actually siimple but you have to use original content, not spun content or plr, and they don't like short hubs. also you are only allowed 2 links to a single domain for your hubs.
also, they want quality. just slapping some 10 minute article usually doesnt cut it. spend some time, and have pride in what you do. be willing to put a little effort and research into your work. when you do that, you can build up some really good hubs and get them approved. I usually spend a good 45 minutes- an hour writing my content for a new hub. Also, length is important. My hubs are usually 700-1000 words long. I think they put a limit on 500 words now.
I think the biggest problem is one of mindset. rather than give up because it doesnt work, find out what you can do to do it better, and get approved.
what it comes down to is read the rules and follow them. also, dont just post and run, or they are largely a waste of time. spend some time adding value to the site, and helping out people. go into the forum, and comment on other hubs that you are interested in.
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