I would like someone to check this article. https://hubpages.com/health/autismbattle. I submitted this application to Letterpile, but they rejected it. Now I have to wait until September to upload it again. I'm such a failure sometimes.
Hi Ivan. Remember that even though your Hub got rejected for LetterPile, it's still published on HubPages.com.
The niche sites, like LetterPile, have higher standards than the main site, so you can write a good Hub and it won't be accepted. Look at me: I've been a member of HubPages for years, but less than half my articles have been moved to the niche sites. So you are not alone.
It takes patience and study to learn how to be successful here, just like it takes patience and study everywhere else.
Having had a hub rejected for a niche site does not mean you are a failure. I agree with what Marisa says.
It has taken me quite some time to learn how to write online articles. It is not the same as writing offline. Reading some of the forum posts and threads has been very helpful to me in understanding what it takes to be successful as an online writer. It is an ongoing learning process. Don't be discouraged; keep learning and keep writing and you will get better at it like all of us. By the way, what I thought was one of my best articles was recently rejected by a niche site. It was discouraging because I put so much heart into writing it. I will likely revisit it down the road, work on improving it, and submit it again. I encourage you to do the same.
Best to you on HubPages!
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