I got an email this morning saying my hub was chosen for a different site. Anyone know what that means?
https://letterpile.com/creative-writing … h-Spradlin
Yes Sarah. It was chosen for one of HubPages niche sites where they are moving what they consider the better articles. LetterPile is where creative writing, fiction and poetry etc is moved to if it is considered good enough. There are a lot of other niche sites for various other subjects..eg PetHelpful for anything to do with pets, DenGarden for gardening topics etc.
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