I don't know what's going on. I have 6 pending articles. I did submit a few, but as I submitted them to get published, I submitted them spread out throughout the day.
I wouldn't worry about it. They'll go through. Things have been kind of sticky and slow recently (believed to be due to the latest Google update). I had an article the other day that took a day and a half to go through the quality assessment process.
The good news is, many of us are noticing that things are picking back up, so just hang in there for a bit I don't believe it has anything to do with the amount of articles you've published in a day
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