There are numerous reasons why you could get content rejected at StreetArticles.com, but many are Easy to overcome. Many of our members here at WA get their articles published 100% of the time within just hours of submitting them. This is because they know what to do, and what NOT to do. Although we do checks on your content before you submit it, there are a few tips that will help for a quick and easy approval of your Article. 1 - Do not spin content, if you use a computer to generate content, you will not only fail miserably as an Internet marketer, you will get banned from Street Articles altogether. If you do not know what spinning is, that is a good thing. 2 - You must link to a website that you own, and one that is valuable to the reader. If you link to a website that has no content on it, you will get rejected every time when you submit the article for moderation. Think about your readers. If they cannot benefit from your website, then we will not allow you to publish at SA. 3 - Do not write articles with the intention to sell something, rather, write to inform people. You will succeed at a much higher rate and achieve a far higher click through rate if you write with the intention to help people. Sales pitches are always rejected. 4 - Do not use action words like "Click here" or "visit my website here". Those will get you rejected. Link naturally on relevant phrases within your content. ----------- At StreetArticles.com we only allow you to publish content that has a chance of ranking, and has a chance of engaging your audience. We reject articles to help you succeed at a higher rate. The above steps will help you get your articles approved at a much higher rate! Carson
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BIS Premium
Hi Carson
I am also confused here about you saying link to a website that you own. (and that's not because I have problems with getting articles rejected - because I don't).

A few months back Ty and I were discussing with someone else about linking from Street Articles and I repeated exactly what you said about it must be a website you own. Ty contradicted me and said he had often linked to Wikepedia and similar sites - and then you popped up and said that you couldn't possible tell whether or not people own a site and it just shouldn't have affiliate links. Well that's fine - but it's confusing to then say you should own the website - if that is not the case. I'm sorry - I think you should adjust the instructions and make it clearer.
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nathaniell Premium
Also, you can't link to websites with pop-ups! I know from experience :(

1 question though. When you say we must link to websites we 'own', does that leave Squidoo and Hubpages out of the question?
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Carson Premium
When we say that you must link to a site that you own, we mean that you cannot be linking to a product website with an affiliate link. We consider all pages that offer QUALITY content. If your Squiddo or Hub is very salesy then it will be declined. If it's valuable content, then it'll be approved.
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jonart Premium
Clear and concise. Thanks for the good advice, Carson.
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Carson Premium
You are welcome. Street Articles is a powerful place to publish your content and I know that many members here at WA use it as a driving force of their businesses. Any tips that I can offer to help folks learn the in's and out's of what we're looking for in terms of content, may mean the difference between getting articles approved at a very high rate.
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