Hi Melissa. I read your "Introduction to the Writing Workshop" hub. It was well written and informative and you shouldn't have a problem having it moved to a niche site. The only thing I noticed was some bullet points were a little repetitive e.g. A Writing Workshop teacher must .... A Student must ...
Maybe it would better to say: A Writing Workshop teacher must: and list all the points underneath rather than repeating it at the start of every point.
Don't wait for HP to select your hubs, submit them yourself for consideration. I think you can submit one hub every 15 days. Good luck.
Hi Melissa, I'm really not sure, but several of my hubs have been selected for a niche site. They actually just let me know. I do know they (and I don't know who they are) go over the hubs and select the ones they think should be moved. Also they edit mine and make a lot of changes with the writing. I have all recipes and they don't change the recipes, just the way I write about them.
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