I had, long ago, sent my article https://hubpages.com/literature/Traveli … his-is-How to be considered for a niche site. It's been very long and I've not heard back from them. Recently, I made some changes to my article and it was re-edited by a moderator. I received an email that my article was snipped and will be featured soon. Will I have to wait till it gets featured to the site I've submitted? or do I have to re-submit the article for reconsideration? Currently, if I click on the 'Submit to...' button, it shows me that I can't submit since it is already being considered for the earlier referenced site. I'm a little lost and unaware of how things will resolve. If you can guide me a litlle, it'll be highly appreciated.
What Glen said is correct. Also, we're right in the middle of the holiday season right now, so I'm sure that is slowing things down a bit and also the team has been working on a variety of projects in an attempt to upgrade the site. So, it's likely that they are spending more time than usual working on those things and less working on edits.
Trihorus, you actually answered your own question. When you click the 'Submit to...' button on a hub that you already submitted, it tells you it is being considered for the niche sites which you previously submitted. That assures you that it is still in the queue.
Some niche sites take longer than others, depending on their backlog. Each site has specific editors assigned. Owlcation, for one, is very backed up at the moment. Based on the title of your hub, I assume you submitted to that one.
Thank you, Glenn. I've submitted my article quite long ago, and I've not heard anything since then. Since recently, quite yesterday I received the email, I was not sure of what I'd need to do next. I've submitted my article for exemplore.
I recently had two accepted on niche sites. I must've of applied two months ago at the request of Hubpages.
by Liz Elias 18 months ago
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by Katharine L Sparrow 3 months ago
I know you can only submit one article to be considered for a niche site every 14 days. Is that 14 days from when you submitted your last article, or 14 days from when a decision was made on it or it was moved to the niche site? It took almost 2 weeks for the article I submitted to go through the...
by Ray 9 months ago
Should I submit the article with the highest hubscore for a higher chance of approval?
by Sondra Rochelle 20 months ago
It would be very helpful if the team would place some sort of small mark next to articles or above them to show writers that they are ready, time wise, to be submitted to a niche site. Otherwise, we have to keep a chart of some sort, which is very time consuming to do, especially if we have...
by Trihorus 21 months ago
Hello Hubbers,I had submitted my hub to be considered for exemplore.com. The next day I received an email, saying that it was eligible for owlcation.com along with some recommendations to improve my hub. I did make the required changes and submitted the article for owlcation. I haven't heard from...
by Eugene Brennan 12 months ago
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