First of all, your article must have been rejected initially, but it was subsequently approved awarding you 45 points and equal cash credits. The poorly written articles are those, which do not confirm to the policy guidelines on writing of articles for Techulator. An article must not be very short. You should adhere to the word limit as prescribed in the rules. It should be properly organised in paragraphs by giving appropriate html paragraph headings. The article should be written in a fairly good English, especially taking care of the grammatical rules and spelling. The rules of capitalization should be followed. SMS type of language should not be used. The sentences should be as simple as possible. There should not be repetition of the same ideas again and again in the article. Keyword spamming should be avoided. There should be no copyright violation. Images should be in accordance with the length of the text of your articles. Too many images will overtake the importance of what you want to convey in the article.
I have not edited your article, but going through your now approved article, I still find that there are errors in it. In the summary, the word 'japanese' should be written as 'Japanese'.
The starting single inverted comma is missing in word 'getting started'. In the same paragraph, the word 'Android' has been written with a small letter as 'android'.
The word 'friend' should be changed to 'friends' in the construction 'each of your friend'.
Free SMS'es is a wrong use of the plural form of the word.
Space bar should be pressed before the opening bracket in the following construction 'SMS worldwide(or select countries)'.
The word 'be' is missing in the following construction 'you will not able to play it'.
The following sentences are wrong : "Apart from Video calling and Voice chatting. It does not offer Voice recording, a feature well provided by Nimbuzz and other messengers in the market." There should be a comma after 'chatting' and 'It' should be written as 'it'.
These are some of the errors found in the approved article. I do not know how many corrections must have been carried out by the editor, who reviewed your article. So, these examples are enough to let you know "What is a poorly written article?"
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