It has been quite a few years since I've published any new content, and I noticed that we now have different websites that we can submit content too. How do I go about submitting work to Letterpile.com? Thank you so much for the help,
First the article has to be featured. After that, you can submit once every two weeks to a niche site. It's usually best to wait a week or so after the article has been featured to see if it gets moved automatically so you don't waste one of your two allotted submissions. Then if it's not moved go to the top of the hub where it says submit to a niche site and click on it. There's a bunch of steps you have to check off and the last one is where you select the site you want to submit it to.
Look at the top of your article. There are several words in Bold font on a turquoise background. The one on the far right says, "Submit to a Hubpages Network site." Click that link.
It will take you through a series of questions and guidelines that your article must meet in order to be accepted by Letterpile.com. Read them and check them off if you have done the things they tell you. The last one will be "Submit."
The administration will tell you it takes 2 or 3 days to get the article accepted, but it's usually more like 2 or 3 weeks. The article must be Featured, with the F on the right on your Account page.
If you think it's being held up for an unreasonable length of time, write to email@example.com. They used to write back quickly and tell you if the article needed changes, but that hasn't been honored as far as I can tell on my account in months.
Each submission to a niche works the same way. And if you are unsure of the niche and submit to the wrong one, the editor will normally get it to the niche where it has to be, or suggest changes to be made to get the piece to fit in the best niche, so you have a choice. Or ask in the public forum. Letterpile doesn't get very good traffic, but if it's creative writing it will go there. Best wishes to you!
You submit to the niche sites, not to a particular site. The editors decide which one is best for any hub they choose. If you just wait, they will simply move your article, you don't always have to submit. If you do submit, you can only submit one every 14 days, so sometimes it's better to wait and see if they'll do it for you.
Firstly, why would you just wait in case the editors are overworked or there is an oversight? It's correct we can submit two articles monthly to a niche. I've submitted over 130 Featured articles to niches myself, and almost my whole body of work is on niches.
But the last question you are asked when you submit is where you want to submit. You have to choose one. You can lose weeks waiting for the administration to just move your articles for you. At a rate of 2 articles a month, I don't want to waste time.The only time I see that done is when I publish something new, and that is normally put on a niche without my having to submit it myself.
This isn't actually correct. You submit to a particular site. It's the final question you have to answer - which site are you submitting to. I only wait if I have other articles that I still need to get on niche sites so I can submit one of the older ones and possibly have my new article moved automatically.
by Krzysztof Willman 12 months ago
You can submit an article for niche site consideration once every two weeks.
by peachy 12 months ago
I saw on top of my hub " Submit to a Hubpages Network Site", I tried to click it but got this message:Sorry, but you can't submit this article right now.This article is not Featured.How do I change my current hub to "Featured"? There isn't any error in this hub.
by sirama 3 months ago
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by Gavin Ashford 2 years ago
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by Cholee Clay 13 months ago
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