I discovered that my RemedyGrove article was in the main homepage, near the middle. What does that mean?
P.S. I'm not the featured author.
Feel free to move it to a different forum if it doesn't fit the current forum.
The niche sites regularly swap out different articles and different featured authors on their homepages. You may or may not see your article still there if you look again. Either way, nice job, it's always satisfying to see our work being displayed on a homepage.
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