I submitted an article to be placed on Dengarden but it ended up on Feltmagnet.
Without a message notifying me of this.
It's not a problem for me, I am just curious if that has happened to anyone else?
Yes, that has happened to me! The editors are probably placing our articles where they feel they best fit for maximum traffic. I'm okay with that
Grant, This has happened to me once.
They do notify you and they tell you why it was chosen to be on a different site than the one you submitted. You should check that your emails from HubPages are not going to your spam folder.
In my case, when I looked over the Editorial Policy on the site they chose, I saw that it indeed was a better fit. Now I always check that carefully when I submit hubs for niche sites.
The Editorial Policy link is at the bottom of each page, and under the MORE menu, on every niche site.
Yes. I submitted an article to HealDove about a problem I had with vitamin B6 It was placed under CalorieBee. Although CalorieBee deals with weigh loss, supplements and vitamins, this particular article was more suited to HealDove as it deals with a medical problem.
If you are lucky enough to get a considerable number of articles submitted to niche sites, I would be happy with that. I have a few on crafting and holiday sites, and it is all good by me.
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