So----I presume (notice I was careful not to say "assume" ), that if we submitted one of our articles, and it's been almost the 2 weeks between submissions since; that if we've heard nothing about it, it was not accepted???
(Sorry for the poor sentence construction. I had to get up WAY too early today, and it doesn't agree with my brains!)
If it is not selected you will be informed. You don't have to assume anything
Depending on the niche sites it can take a long time. Some months ago one of mine took over a month to be moved due to the long queue.
I've not submitted to many posts but when I do I usually get a pretty quick response.
We try to get to the submitted articles within a week, but it depends on the site. It takes more time if the editor for the site thinks the article will fit on another site better. In this case we bounce the article to another editor's queue. To receive a quicker response, be sure to submit your article to the correct site.
For example, Liz, you submitted this article to HealDove and we decided it was a better fit on Owlcation, so the process took a bit longer, but still only a week: https://owlcation.com/stem/Pesky-Plants. When I look at your account, this is the last article that was submitted. Did you submit another?
Hmmm. I do not see a submission on this account for Delishably recently. The last submission that I see was for the article on plants that make you itch.
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