One of my Hubs about writing was snipped last week, I assumed to prepare it to move to the new writing site. However, the writing site has been launched and the Hub was not moved.
If the Hub isn't good enough for the new site that's no big deal. It just seems odd that it was snipped but never moved. Is it possible it got lost in the shuffle somehow?
It usually takes a few days from when it is snipped to have my articles moved
Mine was snipped and took longer than usual to move to LetterPile. Hubs to the other niche sites were moved the same day of email notification or maybe a couple days. No worries, I think they're just really busy.
There is a close correlation between our writing site and our soon-to-be-launched education site. I believe we made a decision for this Hub to go to our education site. Is the Hub about how to write a novel outline? I think this Hub could go on either site. We have quite a few Hubs that could work on a few sites. Did you write this Hub for a writer or a student?
Am industriously removing the "/"'s from my titles as we speak...
I wrote it as advice for new writers or anyone crazy enough to try to write a novel. So I suppose it could apply to students.
I'm quite fine with whatever you decide to do with it so if you think the education site is a better fit I have no complaint.
Thanks for the clarification. :-)
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