I have an old page that I have corrected (as best I can) to meet an editors requirements to transfer to a niche site. I also have a slot for submitting a page under the 60-day rule.
If I submit the corrected page will I lose the 60-day rule page?
Also, does it matter if time passes before submitting either kind of page? Do opportunities disappear?
I like to check out dwell times in analytics after changes, so do not rush.
If you received an email asking you to make corrections and resubmit, then you can resubmit without affecting your 60-day rule.
I know for sure because I got a few of those emails all at once, and was able to submit them all within days of each other - and I was still able to submit a 60-day Hub as well.
Just give them a few days to okay it. Also, in case you haven't tried it, if you submit an unsolicited hub before the 60-day waiting period, it will tell you the date when that 60 days has passed.
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