A minor thing, but some sort of notification to announce that the 14 day interval in-between submitting to niche sites has passed would be nice; it could be as little as a note on top of the "my account" page. To my knowledge, nothing of this nature yet exists.
It would also be cool to queue niche submissions--set up a list of Hubs to submit and where--in advance. One by one they'd automatically be submitted every 14 days, and you could knock out your submitting in one sitting rather than several spread over months.
But maybe I'm just getting to lazy to use a calendar.
I don't find it too much of a problem. I always forget how long it's been since I submitted the last one - but all I have to do is go to my Account page, pick a Hub and try to submit it. Then I'll get a message telling me I can't submit one right now and to try again on ..... (whatever the date is). So really, it only takes a few seconds to check.
I agree. Certainly a minor thing, but it would help me avoid "wasting" days where I can submit another but simply forget to do so, and the queue would be nice as well.
I always forget when I last submitted. I think I let a month or so go by sometimes before submitting because it feels too early and I can't keep up. Although it's a minor irritation, it would help to have a system on the site to remind us.
It would be nice to have a notification of some sort. What I am doing right is making a note on my personal Google Calendar.
I agree Jeremy! While it is easy to check, when I miss time between the date I can again submit, I consider it lost time. I would love a niche queue personally and don't feel a notification would serve much of purpose to make a difference.
I have created an excel spreadsheet for advertising purposes but it would be great to just have them ready in a queue, knowing that I consider it edited to its best ready to go. Especially now that they are coming through with hardly a thing done to them.
It's not like it would be more work for them as there is rarely feedback either way.
As Marisa said, you can find out just by trying to submit ANY hub that wasn't already submitted, as long as it's one that wasn't submitted and still rejected.
The first thing that will happen is it will tell you what date you can next submit to a niche. It won't go any farther than that. So you are not in any danger a hub that's not ready will go through to the niche, if you weren't positive you were ready to do it. You just abandon it and don't answer the usual questions you need to answer when you are really submitting a hub for certain. Then you have your date.
by Cardia 17 months ago
I recently started cleaning up my hubs and I plan to start submitting them to to the niche sites - well rather, the ones that are not already on. I submitted an article this month, however I can't remember which one it was (terrible memory, I know.) How can I know if my submission was successful?...
by Will Apse 2 years ago
I have had a number of pages selected by editors as suitable for being moved to niche sites but in need of revision. I have been working through the backlog and submitted 2 recently.When I try to submit the third, I get this:Sorry, but you can't submit this article right now.You have already...
by Caren White 12 months ago
I was under the impression that we could only submit one hub every two weeks for niche sites. I submitted a hub and an editor replied with changes that I needed to make before it could be moved. As I'm making those changes, I have received two emails that another two of my hubs are...
by Sondra Rochelle 2 years ago
Many of us here are working hard to upgrade our hubs so that they can be moved to the niche sites. I think it would be a good idea if those upgrades are viewed by the team the same way as new posts so that they can more quickly addressed. It's a shame to let much better upgraded...
by Tim Mitchell 18 months ago
I recived a note from HubPages an article is eligible for a niche site. The notes at the bottom stated to check grammar. I have done corrections using grammarly and one other editing software. The question is do I wait for them to review or do I go through the process of submitting to a niche site?
by Sondra Rochelle 23 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...
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