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10 Ways to Ensure Your HubPages Article Gets Featured

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Poppy is the author of "A Bard's Lament" and the Black Diamond series. She lives in Enoshima, Japan, with her husband and young son.

Learn some simple but important guidelines for getting your HubPages article featured.

Learn some simple but important guidelines for getting your HubPages article featured.

How to Get Your HubPages Article Featured

How many of your articles on this website are "featured?" If you have some that aren't featured, do you know why?

In the first year that I was writing on HubPages, around 40% of my articles weren't featured. After doing some serious clean-up work, over 90% of my articles became featured. After learning, reading successful articles, and developing my writing skills, every single one of my articles is now featured, and I celebrated one million views in early 2018.

It is very important that your article is featured if you are hoping to earn money on HubPages. An unfeatured article is taken off search engines and cannot be found via Google, Bing, or other websites.

Do the words "Not Featured – Quality" sound familiar to you? How can you clean up your articles and make them featured so that you can get traffic from search engines and start earning?

Here are 10 things you can do to help get your HubPages article featured:

  1. Deliver what you promised
  2. Keep a consistent, interesting narrative
  3. Present your information in an easily readable way
  4. Use appropriate capitalisation, correct grammar, and flawless spelling
  5. Give your article an amazing title
  6. Meet the word count
  7. Include at least two high-quality, relevant pictures
  8. Add a poll, a video, or a quiz
  9. Use several "text" capsules
  10. Do your research

Write a Great Article

The foundation of a great article is great writing. Your article needs to be engaging, informative and well written, something that HubPages prides itself on.

1. Deliver What You Promised

If the title of your article is "Six French Phrases That Will Help You Get By in Paris" and you proceed to teach only four, it's going to turn readers off. They will feel disappointed and betrayed. Make sure that the title reflects the content.

2. Keep a Consistent, Interesting Narrative

Cut out waffling, irrelevant information and long, draining sentences. Keep your writing professional, but make it snappy, easy to read, and stick to the information your readers are looking for.

3. Present Your Information in an Easily Readable Way

HubPages provides some excellent ways to present an article that isn't one long, disengaging wall of text. We live in a microwave society, where people want access to information as quickly and easily as possible. Make use of core and supplementary capsules to create a beautiful hub. More on this later.

Let those fingers fly, but remember to take care of the reader!

Let those fingers fly, but remember to take care of the reader!

4. Use Appropriate Capitalisation, Correct Grammar, and Flawless Spelling

It doesn't matter how good your article is – if it's riddled with spelling mistakes and the grammar is a mess, no one will read it. Readers cannot trust someone who doesn't take the time to make sure the quality of their work is immaculate.

Some tips on this:

  • Your title should have a capital letter at the beginning of each word except for 'filler' words (such as 'of', 'the', 'a', 'if', etc.)
  • Make use of HubPages' spellcheck feature (above the text box in the text capsule).
  • Get a native English-speaking friend to give your article a once-over before it's published. They will point out any grammatical errors.
  • If you'd like to check for typos, go to Google Translate and paste your article into there. Press the sound icon to have it read to you. Sometimes you can hear typos better than you can read them.
Capitalisation rules

Capitalisation rules

5. Give Your Article an Amazing Title

Concise, clear and attractive titles get the most clicks. Which of these sounds better to you?

  1. "Use Japanese characters to translate Katakana and write your name in Japanese"
  2. "All About Japanese"
  3. "How to Write Your Name in Japanese"

No doubt you didn't even read number 1 properly but skipped over it. Readers will do the same if your title is too long. Notice, too, that in the first title, appropriate capitalisation isn't enforced. Number 2 is vague and doesn't promise what the article is really about. Therefore, number 3 is the best option here.

Follow the Rules

As well as writing a killer article, you need to make sure that you follow the HubPages guidelines to maximise your chances of becoming featured.

6. Meet the Word Count

If your article is less than 700 words, the chances of it becoming featured are lower (an exception to this is poetry). Make sure you hit the word count by writing at least 700 words. You can keep an eye on this on the right side of the page as you're editing your hub.

Shorter articles are sometimes acceptable if the information is solid or there are a lot of attractive, useful photographs.

7. Include at Least Two High-Quality, Relevant Pictures

Blocks of text are easily separated by stunning photographs and relevant images. Use these to supplement and add to your hub. For example, if you're writing about animals, include professional shots of the creatures you mention in your writing. A little more on images:

  • If the picture belongs to you, add "Author's Photo" or something similar in the Source box.
  • Don't have too many links to the same source. Your article might be flagged as Overly Promotional.
  • Make sure they are high-quality images. No one wants to see low-resolution or amateur pictures.
  • If you don't have your own photographs, use copyright-free images from Pexels or Pixabay.

8. Add a Poll, a Video, or a Quiz

Use the Supplementary Capsules box to add exciting features to your Hub. Polls encourage readers to share their opinion, videos add to what you have written, and if you're writing about travel destinations, maps are a great way to introduce the location to your readers. Take advantage of these great HubPages features.

9. Use Several 'Text' Capsules

Don't shove your entire article into one text capsule. Break them up into categories and paragraphs, preferably adding one photo or one poll to each. This makes your little blocks of text easier to read.

10. Do Your Research!

If you're still not sure, there are plenty of articles here on HubPages that can guide you to a successful Hub. See the Quality Assessment Process and How to Create Content that Lasts.

Finally, Your Article Checklist....

Have you:

  • Got an engaging, interesting title?
  • Hit the word count?
  • Made sure your article is free of spelling mistakes and grammatical errors?
  • Added at least one supplementary capsule, such as a poll or a video?
  • Got several text capsules to break up your text?
  • Added at least two relevent, interesting pictures?

If you have answered "yes" to all of these, you're good to go! Publish, wait a few hours, and see if it is featured. If it is, hooray! If it isn't, ask yourself why. Did this article help you? Post your shiny new featured article in the comments section below!

This article is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge. Content is for informational or entertainment purposes only and does not substitute for personal counsel or professional advice in business, financial, legal, or technical matters.

Questions & Answers

Question: What is the difference between capsules and article text in HubPages? I am confused with capsule being a pre-reading paragraph to attract readers.

Answer: The capsule text makes up the article. Each capsule has a subtitle which is the part that attracts readers. For example:

(Make a new capsule)

Add subtitle: How to Attract Readers

In the capsule box, add the text

All capsules should have paragraphs of text in them that are spread out and easy to read. Hope that helps.

Question: I'm using HubPages with my android phone as my laptop is broken. I'm finding it difficult to put the images in between my paragraphs. Can you tell me what to do?

Answer: It's not impossible to do on your phone, but it is a little more difficult. There are arrows on the photo and text capsules to move them. Create two text capsules and move the image capsule between them. Email me if you're still having trouble!

© 2016 Poppy


Tammy Winters from Oregon on August 30, 2020:

Wonderful article here. Thanks for sharing your tips.

Poppy (author) from Enoshima, Japan on June 24, 2020:

Hi Abby, thank you for your lovely comments. The best way to get your articles out there is by using a lot of keywords and providing useful information that can't be found anywhere else. There are plenty of articles in the HubPages Learning Center which is why I haven't written any myself.

Abby Slutsky from America on June 24, 2020:

Useful article. Have you written any on how to promote your articles? Looking for some on that topic. Only wrote one so far, and it is featured.

Rajan Singh Jolly from From Mumbai, presently in Jalandhar, INDIA. on June 12, 2020:

These are very useful tips, especially for new writers.

Miebakagh Fiberesima from Port Harcourt, Rivers State, NIGERIA. on June 09, 2020:

Treathyl I agreed with your completely.

Poppy (author) from Enoshima, Japan on June 08, 2020:

Thank you, Narni!


very informative i will make these points checked while writing my articles,Thanks for sharing

Poppy (author) from Enoshima, Japan on May 31, 2020:

Hi there! Yes, you're right, the article still exists even if it's not featured and can be shared on social media. However, if the article invisible from search sites, it eliminates the chances of getting organic traffic from Google, Bing, etc, which means the only views the article will ever get are from people who click on links, which isn't much.

If people just want to write a few short articles and don't care about money, then they don't have to worry about being featured. However, for writers who would like to make HP a form of income, it's essential to get your articles featured.

Treathyl FOX from Austin, Texas on May 31, 2020:

Your article is excellent but some HP Contributors are of the mistaken notion that an article that is not Featured is the end of everything and it's not. They panic! But they should realize that they have the link. They can share it everywhere! Facebook Groups, Twitter, LinkedIn, Tumblr, Pinterest. Email it to friends and family. They should work on trying to get their article Featured. But in the meanwhile, it can't hurt for them to manually promote their content.

As far as I'm concerned, Featured or not Featured, the decision to start writing for HUBPages is the beginning of good things for amy writer.

Bilal Fazal from lahore on May 25, 2020:

I'll keep those points in mind while writing my next hub.

Nikolasrito911 on May 05, 2020:

dear, I fulfill all the requirements as you mention in this article but after that, my article is not featured and he is on five hubs boot camp can you please explain to me.

Miebakagh Fiberesima from Port Harcourt, Rivers State, NIGERIA. on March 17, 2020:

Hello poppy, I re-read the article again to update myself. Thanks.

Poppy (author) from Enoshima, Japan on March 11, 2020:

I wish you the best of luck!

talfonso from Tampa Bay, FL on March 11, 2020:

I'm recently striving to improve grammar in my Hubs. I'll potentially be a proofreader as well as a Hubber in the near future. Glad to have read this!

Anya Ali from Rabwah, Pakistan on February 19, 2020:

Thank you for an interesting read!

Poppy (author) from Enoshima, Japan on February 07, 2020:

You're so welcome!

Anshul Singh from Katni on February 07, 2020:

Thankyou so much

Robert Sacchi on January 11, 2020:

Thank you.

Poppy (author) from Enoshima, Japan on January 11, 2020:

Too much italics and bold is no good, but italics or speech marks for foreign words is OK!

Robert Sacchi on January 11, 2020:

Thank you. Early with HubPages they gave some grief because I used Italics and bold. I'll start doing that again and see what happens. Thank you.

Poppy (author) from Enoshima, Japan on January 11, 2020:

Hi Robert, thank you for your comment! I usually put foreign words in italics (highlight and press Ctrl and the I key) to indicate they aren't English. I'll also put an English translation next to it, if appropriate.

Robert Sacchi on January 11, 2020:

Thank you for posting this article. Congratulations on your great success. HubPages gives the impression it doesn't like Amazon capsules. I've noticed Hubs that got "Not Featured - Quality" often get featured by me doing little more than removing the Amazon capsule. A concern I have with their spell checker is by nature many of my articles use foreign words. What are your experience with foreign and other words a spellchecker might consider misspelled words?

Donna Rayne from Sparks, NV on January 02, 2020:

Thank you for a very helpful article. I learned a lot and my question is this: When is H2 or H3 appropriate in the hubs?

Again, I appreciate this hub and look forward to reading more of your work.


Donna Rayne

Poppy (author) from Enoshima, Japan on November 21, 2019:

Thank you, I'll take a look and comment on the article.

Nauman Nazir from Pakistan on November 21, 2019:

I added almost every possible capsule (of course relevent ones) video, poll, pictures 850 words in 'Some 3D-Printed objects which are Blessings for Mankind.' still it's not featured due to 'bad quality'

Nauman Nazir from Pakistan on November 21, 2019:

Thank you so much for giving my profile your time.

I am struggling with an article titled 'how brand experience impacts brand love: part 1'

Poppy (author) from Enoshima, Japan on November 20, 2019:

Your profile has many articles; is there a particular one you're struggling with?

Nauman Nazir from Pakistan on November 20, 2019:

yes, my article is 1600+ words long. You can check it in my profile.

I agree with you on the Grammarly thing.

Poppy (author) from Enoshima, Japan on November 20, 2019:

A poll isn't essential to get your article featured. Are you using correct grammar? Grammarly is a free app that helps a lot. Are you using all the capsules properly and reached at least 700 words? These are the biggest reasons why your hub might not be featured. Which hub in particular are you having trouble with?

Nauman Nazir from Pakistan on November 20, 2019:

I have everything in my article except for a poll/ you think this may be a reason my article is not featured?

Poppy (author) from Enoshima, Japan on November 12, 2019:

Articles aren't stories, and poetry rarely makes and article more interesting unless the article itself is related to poetry.

Anto on November 12, 2019:

Hi, can someone use a little bit of poetry in the story to make it interesting.

Poppy (author) from Enoshima, Japan on October 18, 2019:

Thank you for your comment, Denise!

Denise McGill from Fresno CA on October 17, 2019:

This is really informative and helpful.



Poppy (author) from Enoshima, Japan on October 12, 2019:

I don’t think you need a high score to publish an article, unless they’ve changed the rules recently. To increase your score:

- Upload a profile photo.

- Add a description/bio to your profile.

- Comment on some hubs

- Use perfect English all the time.

Starting with these will start you off nicely. Be sure to read the rules on what makes a good article as well.

Content writer on October 12, 2019:

Hi, can you please tell how many scores we should need to publish the article. How to increase the scores please tell me

Poppy (author) from Enoshima, Japan on September 22, 2019:

Sure, no problem. I must have missed the chemistry part, my bad!

Hilary Hsieh from Georgia on September 20, 2019:

Thank you for your wonderful feedback and advice! The reason why I selected chemistry is because there is some chemistry-specific advice in there.


Poppy (author) from Enoshima, Japan on September 20, 2019:

Hi, Hilary. Thank you for your comment. The best we can do to get more readers is to try to rank highly on Google. This is by using a great, eye-catching title and offering information that competing articles do not.

For example, your title could be "5 Life Hacks For Doing Well in Your College Chemistry Class" (actually, I don't know why you've focused on Chemistry. Students of other subjects wouldn't even click on the article. It could be something like "5 Life Hacks On How to Make The Most of Your College Classes" or "5 Essential Tips on How to Succeed at University."

Another way that works is by posting on Reddit. Once I got 10,000 views in one day by posting on there. Just make sure that it's in the right category when you post.

Hilary Hsieh from Georgia on September 20, 2019:

Hello! Thank you for your post; it was quite helpful. What do you recommend we do if we want to have more readers? If you don't mind, please look over my article and tell me what you think.

hubber8893 on June 27, 2019:

Thanks for your valuable feedback Poppy, I will keep this in mind.

Poppy (author) from Enoshima, Japan on June 26, 2019:

Hello, Sourav. Thank you so much for taking the time to comment. I took a quick look at your articles. Some of the article titles are too long so that might be part of the reason they're not showing up on Google. Your topics must be popular but not have a lot of competition. New articles also need time for Google to accept them, which can take a few months. It's tricky, and takes a lot of practice.

hubber8893 on June 26, 2019:

Hi Poppy, nice article. My articles are featured but not being shown in google search.

Poppy (author) from Enoshima, Japan on May 27, 2019:

It says 404, the page does not exist. HubPages should have sent you an email. Post the link from the email.

Ami Parekh from London on May 27, 2019:

hey Poppy,

Sure thing

Poppy (author) from Enoshima, Japan on May 26, 2019:

Hi Ami, I can't see your article on your profile. Could you post the link to it here?

Ami Parekh from London on May 25, 2019:

hey, can you read my article and tell me how to improve it. Also why is it saying my account is not verified sorry im new here !! xo



Poppy (author) from Enoshima, Japan on May 03, 2019:

Hello! Thank you so much for taking the time to comment. I really appreciate it. Yes, poetry doesn't need to be 750 words in order to be featured or moved to the niche site, LetterPile. I'm glad the article helped you out.

Miebakagh Fiberesima from Port Harcourt, Rivers State, NIGERIA. on May 03, 2019:

Hello, Poppy, accept my pleasure in going through your article on how to write a feature article. It is informational and educative. It will help me to improve on certain of my articles that are not featured.

I was worried about poetry not reaching the 750-word level. Now, your article has restored peace to my mind. Thanks, for sharing.

Nigel Issei M on April 02, 2019:

Thank you very much Mrs Poppy:)

ItKnol on March 21, 2019:

I'll see how thing develop with this hub, but from what I've read, it might be best for me to keep HP for posting tutorials and get a blog. Thanks for the great tips, especially 3 and 7. And thank you for your time!

Poppy (author) from Enoshima, Japan on March 21, 2019:

Hi, ItKnol! Thank you for your comment. I've taken a look at your latest post.

1. There are far too many Amazon links, which makes it look spammy. One, or two maximum, is acceptable, and you have to have personal experience with the item you're linking. They also are more likely to be accepted as in-text links than capsules.

2. I'd also say there's too much text with not enough things in between. Try adding a poll. You've already got a few images which is good; be sure they're copyright-free.

3. At first glance, it seems it's written too much like a blog post. A lot of "I"s and "me"s. You should make it less about you and adopt a more general prose.

4. Clean up the grammar and punctuation. For example, there should be a comma after "for example." There should be an apostrophe in "lets" ("Lets get down to it").

5. Capitalize all your headers. Some are capitalized and some are not.

6. The video doesn't have anything to do with the content so you should get rid of it. Again, it reads like a blog post.

7. There's too much writing for the information you give. Most of this is general "don't give up" advice rather than entrepreneurship advice. Cut out the fluff and make it more about how to start a business. HP doesn't like it when you go off on tangents.

I hope that helps. The email you got from HP might say why it wasn't featured.

ItKnol on March 20, 2019:

Hi, Poppy,

Could you fill me in what has changed on HubPages over the past 6 months or so?

I just posted a new article which is quite informative and it has a score of 60. Also, noticed that several of my articles are no longer featured.

The "Need More Goals?" section is missing from the publishing screen and I wonder if it isn't part of a wider change as to how content is supposed to be organized now.

If you can have a look at my latest post, the one about entrepreneurship, I'd be grateful. These changes are kind of weird. Maybe I need to move to my own blog. Anyway, feedback welcome. Thanks!

Poppy (author) from Enoshima, Japan on February 09, 2019:

Hi there, Cornelia! Thank you so much for stopping by. I'm glad this article helped you out!

Ailenroca Lyman from Somewhere Out There on February 08, 2019:

Great article! I've just recently joined hubpages, so there's still many things that I have to learned. Thanks for the insightful information, Poppy!

Poppy (author) from Enoshima, Japan on February 03, 2019:

Not that you need it, Rajan! Thank you so much for stopping by :)

Rajan Singh Jolly from From Mumbai, presently in Jalandhar, INDIA. on February 02, 2019:

A lot of useful information here. Thank you for sharing.

Poppy (author) from Enoshima, Japan on January 21, 2019:

Hi, Linda. Thank you for your comment and I'm glad the article helped.

Linda Lum from Washington State, USA on January 21, 2019:

Poppy, this is a perfect recipe for writing a winning hub. Thank you for sharing your experience and knowledge with others. And, if you haven't already done so, may I suggest that you visit the page of my friend billybuc (Bill Holland) here on Hub Pages. I'm sure he would be happy to hear from you.

Poppy (author) from Enoshima, Japan on January 14, 2019:

That's great! I'm glad to hear it.

Deepak Velayudhan from Bangalore on January 14, 2019:

It really helped!!

Poppy (author) from Enoshima, Japan on January 03, 2019:

You're welcome, Mamoona! Thank you for commenting.

Mamoona Rasheed on January 03, 2019:

So So and So much nice and useful tips are here.Thanks a lot

Poppy (author) from Enoshima, Japan on December 12, 2018:

Thank you, Liza!

Liza from USA on December 12, 2018:

Absolutely amazing tips here, Poppy! Thanks for sharing with the Hubbers community.

Poppy (author) from Enoshima, Japan on December 01, 2018:

That's a good way to go about it. I've heard the most successful writers here are the ones that constantly update their articles to keep them evergreen. Thank you so much for dropping by, Peggy.

Peggy Woods from Houston, Texas on December 01, 2018:

I am slowly working on my older articles and getting more of them featured. The ones that I submit every two weeks most often get approved. Occasionally when I spend time editing an older post the HP staff will feature it without my submitting it, but generally, it takes my bringing it to their attention. They obviously are very busy people! Your suggestions are good ones.

Poppy (author) from Enoshima, Japan on November 30, 2018:

Hi, Britta. That does tend to happen - articles you don't expect to do well get lots of views and articles you hoped would be popular end up with hardly any clicks at all.

Pictures are super important because people don't like big walls of text, though I noticed in your articles you have been splitting your text into bite-sized paragraphs which is great. Polls are fun as well because you can come back to them later and see what people's thoughts are.

Thanks for popping by!

Britta Nicole Miller from Earth on November 30, 2018:

Afternoon, Poppy:

This is a useful article. I've been lucky that all of my articles have been featured. A few have been moved to a niche site and one was targeted by HubPro. There's a lot I don't know, yet, but I'm here for fun and to learn new information (and to share it, too!)

The one thing I have a hard time with is the pictures and the other little add-ons like the polls or quizzes. I could add videos from YouTube on a few of them, I suppose. I do that often enough on WordPress, as it is, so I suppose I should cover both with my favorite source of entertainment.

Another hard part is knowing what's 'trending' at this moment in time. My article on Automatic Writing is doing so much better than I thought it would. I wasn't even intending for that one to be as much of a hit as it seems to be. Interesting, though.

Thanks for this delightful topic, Poppy. It's always nice to see what's up and running on HubPages. Now, if you'll excuse me, I have more research to conduct and pages to read!

Have a good day!

Poppy (author) from Enoshima, Japan on November 05, 2018:

Douglas, that is wonderful to hear! I hope that you are well on your way to creating some seriously awesome hubs. I look forward to reading them. Thank you for taking the time to make such a lovely comment.

Douglas Terry from Hudson Valley Area NY on November 05, 2018:

True to your Writing Poppy - clear, concise, easily absorbable yet highly informative!

My thumbs are extremely green to this platform; stumbling upon it whilst voraciously researching.

As I was diligently exploring the latest data & research within the cavernous twists & turns within my perspective Niche - I stumbled upon one (which led to many) in particular that really impressed me; far above the beck-n-call of the 30 other tabs I had burned through regurgitating the same crap.

Ofourse, doing my due-diligence on my quest for the most pertinent, savvy information in respect to my field I started dissecting everything this platform had to offer on my topic.

Honestly, i was completely blown away at the juicy, fresh, insightful knowledge bustling at my fingertips. WIth SO much repetition and people aspiring to just repackage the SAME information and format it differently.

The more I tried dissecting everything 'ToughNickel' could offer me. AS I explored & dug more I I of course came to HubPages and was absolutely enthralled to discover such a vibrant, bustling, HUB of relevant, intelligible, & current perspective.

Even more endearing was discovering a space & channel where I could actually compile all of my most recent, up-to-date findings within such a verified community, established platform, & bustling network.

My New Favorite Hub! :)

I've already started drafting my First Article!

Thank-you so much for your words of wisdom & encouragement Poppy.

Poppy (author) from Enoshima, Japan on October 30, 2018:

Good luck! I hope you get all your articles featured very soon.

Zara Rasul from Mumbai, India on October 30, 2018:

Great Article. I have been having real trouble getting my hubs featured. I'm going to try some of your tips...

Poppy (author) from Enoshima, Japan on October 21, 2018:

If you provide a link to your article I can take a look at it. Is the article content original and something you're an expert on? For example, HubPages doesn't like topics that have been written about hundreds of times before, such as making money online or weight loss.

Zia Uddin from UK on October 20, 2018:

Very helpful information there Poppy, so glad I came across this hub on the google search. A few hubs of mine have under 700 words and thankfully they got featured but they are not very appealing (boring to be precise). However, there is one big hub I wrote and I'm having trouble getting it featured. I've probably edited the hub 10 times without any luck. It is baffling and I'm not an intelligent writer. Hope you can help kindly, thanks.

Poppy (author) from Enoshima, Japan on September 30, 2018:

Thank you. I hope it helps.

Tung Tran from Ho Chi Minh City on September 29, 2018:

Thi's a Great Article

Poppy (author) from Enoshima, Japan on September 24, 2018:

You'll make it, Theia. I believe in you!

Poppy (author) from Enoshima, Japan on September 24, 2018:

Hi, Viktor. Yes, once you've made improvements on your article you can submit it again for it to be considered. Thank you for your comment.

Thea Abella from Philippines on September 20, 2018:

Sometimes it's just frustrating

Viktor Volkov from Berlin on September 17, 2018:

Thank you, very useful!

Do you know whether an article which doesn't get featured, could late be changed in a featured article?



Poppy (author) from Enoshima, Japan on April 16, 2018:

I hope you manage to fix them! Get in touch if you'd like any help.

Rosefall from Ohio! on April 15, 2018:

Thanks for explaining! I just noticed the majority of my posts aren't "featured". Blah!

Saqib Mustaqeem Abbasi from Pakistan on January 27, 2018:

Good information .Thank you for sharing.

John Adebisi from Nigeria on January 18, 2018:

Thanks for sharing.

Faith Nacario from Davao City, Philippines on July 27, 2017:

Hi my friend thank you so much..

Poppy (author) from Enoshima, Japan on July 24, 2017:

You aren't allowed to promote your website on HubPages. Only link to websites that are helpful and appropriate to the reader. Hope that helps. :)

Amit on July 24, 2017:

What about the links? Once I kept a link to my website it have been removed from Featured, why?

Asfia Wahab on June 15, 2017:

Thank you so much. Please check out my first featured article and let me know how is it. :)

Poppy (author) from Enoshima, Japan on June 01, 2017:

Thank you, too!

Janellegems on June 01, 2017:

All great suggestions to get your hub featured. Thanks.

Poppy (author) from Enoshima, Japan on November 01, 2016:

Thank you Rosa!

Rosa Marchisella from Canada on November 01, 2016:

Awesome article. Great tips, Poppy :)