I posted a new hub a few days ago about how science explains the near death experience. It has a hub score of 100 today. i'm surprised it wasn't moved to a niche site. So I decided to look at other articles on this topic on a niche site so I could maybe figure out why mine was not chosen. I can't find any other hubs on this topic. I don't even know which is the right niche site--I was thinking owlcation?
Great score! Give it a few days, some of my hubs have been as long as two weeks before they were moved after publication.
I would consider Exemplore to be the right niche site for NDE. It's not a perfect match, but closer than any of the others.
If you didn't submit a hub to a niche site in the past 60 days then you can try submitting this one to Exemplore.
Thanks Glen. So far I only submitted one, high hub score, met all the criteria, good traffic, and it got turned down. They gave a reason that didn't make sense. So now I figure if the hub is good for a network site, the team will find it Plus, I think my 60 days might not be up net.
I found OBE in Exemplore, but the articles were about how to do it. Maybe the team doesn't like my article for the Exemplore because it is a scientific explanation of it and they want hubs in favor of it. I'd put my hub in either STEM or Theology. (People don't actually leave their body, it is an illusion caused by a brain issue.)
Even though I write about a lot more than astrology, most of the hubs of mine that get moved end up on Exemplore. If the NDE was you or someone you knew, it may belong in Letterpile, depending on how personal it was, as a piece of creative writing. HP doesn't know what to do with a lot of hubs, I've written on Buddhism and even that's on Exemplore.
If you click the button at the top of your hub that lets you submit a new one to a niche site, it will tell you what date it has to be before you can do it again. My two months was up just yesterday, and I was happy to find my creative piece on Letterpile. Good luck, and don't get discouraged. The staff is busy and sometimes they need a little shove in your direction.
Thanks Jean for your encouragement. My hub is not about my own HDE; it is about the science that explains why people have an NDE. I have two Buddhist hubs that were put on Owlcation in the Theology section. I have a hub about tarot on Exemplore. I think of Exemplore as a place for mystical stuff like astrology and tarot and OBE.
I didn't know Owlcation had a theology section. I've been reviewing my categories, as I didn't use a lot of the right ones when I began writing here, I was too happy to just be writing! Best Wishes.
I agree Jean, I think it belongs in theology. Or STEM.
I had given up on my NDE hub. It is just over three weeks since I published it. But I just got an email informing me it was accepted to a niche site. STEM-Medical Sciences. Exactly where I thought it belonged if it was going to be on a niche site.
Congratulations on writing so well on a prized area. 100 score!
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