Do we know how that articles on the niche sites tagged "New" are chosen? Are they:
1. New articles on the niche sites.
2. New articles on the niche sites and also new hubs in general.
3. Articles from the niche site just newly put on the homepage.
The reason I'm asking is because a recent article of mine that moved to Owlcation isn't on the home page. And I was online the moment it moved over. So it's not that it was pushed away or something of that sort.
I am not complaining, my article would never have gotten clicks from people browsing the home page and I'm actually impressed by the choice of articles featured. I only looked at the titles of the ones tagged "new".
Is there someone who's keeping a tab on this stuff rather than an algorithm? Because if it's an algorithm, that's some great programming or maybe, I just happened to look at it at the right time.
Either way, great job!
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