So… I need advice on what makes a skip interesting. All of my ideas had been told that they are not interesting. I can't find any answers on the guides so I need advice from someone with experience. Thanks!
This isn't a question with a single straightforward answer. Most generally, an article needs to inspire an emotional or intellectual response (or both). When you read articles what are the hooks that catch and sustain your interest? Maybe you should think about this as you read successful articles.
After taking a peek at your article and prior threads (so I know where you are coming from), let me give you my kinda-sorta copypasta regarding this problem.
Most modern successful SCPs typically aren't just reports on objects, but stories in the form of reports on objects. They do more than give us an anonalous object to wonder at, they give the object a place in the Foundationverse. They make it more than just another Thing What Does a Thing.
They don't just tell us about an object that makes a portal in mirrors, they show us an alternate society that ended horribly. They don't just tell us about ape-men, but hint at a long-lost and forgotten history. They don't tell us about a weird ER, but imply that reality itself may not be what we think it is. They may not have a story at all, but are a commentary of site culture.
In short, they focus less on what the object is, and more on what happens because it exists. Why did it come about? Who made it? How do people interact with it? What scenarios happened when that occured?
When you stop focusing so much on what the object is, thats when you can start making an interesting SCP. In many cases, what is interesting isn't what the SCP actually is, but what it says or implies about the Foundationverse.