Maybe it should depend on the topic. I'm not sure.
Hi Ms. Lizzy,
Book reviews should be submitted to Owlcation.
Unless it has to do with a specific subject, the book reviews should be submitted to Letterpile.
Edit: To which niche site should book reviews be offerred?
Didnt you have to submit to post on this forum?
You are right! I want that button modified immediately!
Do you think Paul would respond if we ask to change it to "offer"? How about "Maven"?
For the forum button, I'd suggest the word "Contribute".
Aside from being more accurate, it might even cause people to be more inclined to behave themselves.
contribute? How about "bestow"?
No, maybe "BUFFER"
I get that a lot..."buffering...buffering...buffering..."
particularly with some videos...
For the forum button, may I respectfully suggest 'Opine'?
My experience has been that it doesn't matter which niche site you submit your hubs to. They will be re-directed if necessary to the correct niche. I always submit to Dengarden, but several of my hubs were sent to Owlcation, Delishably and Holidappy by the editors because they felt that those hubs were more appropriate to those sites.
by Catherine Giordano 14 months ago
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by Sondra Rochelle 19 months ago
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by nightnight 5 years ago
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by Sondra Rochelle 23 months ago
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by Jean Bakula 5 months ago
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by Will Apse 20 months ago
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