I had an article selected for movement to delishably a few months back. I've gone back and forth editing it and finally decided it wasn't worth it. In the beginning of the week I went back and removed all but one picture and resubmitted it, because it seemed like the pictures were the issue. However, yesterday I received a generic e-mail that made it sound like I was submitting the article for the first time. I know that's not the case, as I wouldn't have been able to submit it as my 14 days are not over from my last article submission.
Not sure what to do. I know they are busy with hiring and editing, and I have no interest in re-editing the article at this time as I have many others that would be easier to update and get moved at this point. I can't send an e-mail to the editor as this e-mail came from the editoral team from an unmonitored address. I also cannot seem to find the original couple e-mails regarding this particular article. I have no problems waiting, just curious about the general e-mail for an article that hubpages had picked to move.
If you have been invited to edit it for submission, you don't need to wait Just click on Submit to a Niche Site and you'll see a message from your editor, which will explain exactly what the requirement is. You can then go back, edit the hub accordingly, and then submit it properly.
I did submit it, but I didn't see any notes from an editor. Could I have waited too long to do the edits? I know the main issue had something to do with the pictures not being mine, even though they were used legally and sourced properly. I deleted most of them, but then got an e-mail that made it seem like it went straight to delishably instead of to the editor that had picked it for submission.
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