Thank you in advance - I have a BUNDLE of (my own work) articles, not related to my current HP account, that I would like to submit. Do we have a site for psychology/health issues? I feel like we would, I just get lost in these forums. It's like a city in here and I have zero sense of direction on land lol
In any case, I haven't seen any reference to such a niche site yet.
I hope you all enjoy your weekend!
My kindest regards,
I've seen some of the lists before and I can't re-find them!
I think a health niche is in the plans. However, I'd suggest you wait until it is announced as live to submit your articles to the HubPages slushpile. They consider brand new hubs as top priority so hubs published before the site is up won't stand much chance of getting included in the coming months if ever. Unfortunately, even though HubPages is heavily penalized by Google, HubPages is choosing older hubs for the vertical sites based on the number of views they get on HubPages, so only very rare outliers will move if they were published before their appropriate vertical sites were live.
Keep in mind that only a small percentage of quality on-topic hubs will be moved to the appropriate niche sites. I'm not sure how long you should leave your articles in the HubPages slushpile before you'll know whether they've been considered or not. You may be better off submitting to a website which has submission guidelines including a time frame that explicitly states how long you can expect to wait before your article is considered if waiting for months or longer without ever knowing would bother you.
I'm planning to give my own hubs a few months after the appropriate niches have been announced before moving them somewhere they'll get views. Keep in mind that HubPages may be heavily penalized by Google, but that it's the slushpile for and only mode for submitting articles to the niche sites.
All the niche sites announcements can be discovered at the Forum Topic Official Announcements. One of those announcements is Sites in the Works. Otherwise you will have to scroll through all the announcements.
Here is a list of names and general subjects.
To find them just use the usual URL format - http://[site name].com or search them by name.
Note: There is a Psychology & Motivation subtopic at CalorieBee. I don't know what type of psychology hubs are there.
Footnote: No guarantees with my spelling
They put the active list at http://hubpages.com/help/sites-editorial-policy
hehe! Yes, that could be my challenge for the day LOL x
Oh Woops! I also meant to ask, should I make a new account on the new niche site for my articles on this separate topic, or make a new account here, then wait for existing accounts here at HP original to just be selected for the move. I am guessing the second option...but not sure.
Thank you, you guys are so helpful! I do appreciate your time. I happen to have a motivational 'flavored' article dealing with food intake, diet, nutrition, and hunger etc etc. That could work for starters.
I hope you all have a wonderful weekend
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