I've only tried to submit an article twice. Once was earlier this year as a test run. It was rejected, and I was informed of this by email from the editors within 4 days. The second was a few weeks ago. I worked very hard to meet all the requirements requested and finally submitted it in good faith. But 3 weeks have gone by and I have not heard a word from anyone either way. It is a published, featured article submitted to Exemplore. If your article is accepted, do they put it on the site without notice? Also I emailed the editors team and have not heard form them that way either. I consult with them often by email and usually hear back with a day or two. How /when will I know if it got submitted to the network site finally?
here is a link to my article in question:
https://hubpages.com/religion-philosoph … n-Elements
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