At present, we submit articles to the Niche sites from Hub Pages. Sometimes, it gets moved to Niche site and sometime not as it requires further improvement. Need a way to filter the articles submitted to a Niche site so that one can know list of articles which was already submitted to a network site. Look below the suggestion:
Hubbers will select hubpages as Site and in the status they can either select ‘Under Review’ or Improvement required. In the bottom grid, hubber can get a quick text from editor (No Editor Name & Read only to avoid arguing) stating what improvement required. Also, if we know waiting list number it will be even more useful. (For Example, 700/3000 states, the submitted article position is 700 and there are 699 article which is in the front of the queue and remaining 2300 are behind it. When the same user checks particular article after couple of days, he may notice 533/3700. This means his article moved a bit so that an editor can pick it. Soon it will go to Niche or come under Improvement Required with proper Editor Note (Read Only w/o name of the Editor)
This will motivate the hubber to improve their older articles and get feedback from the editors.
by Rafael Baxa 19 months ago
Hey everyone!I wrote an article 4 months ago, and submitted it to LetterPile. It's been pending since then. I've submitted to niche sites before but they seemed to accept or reject them within 1 to 2 weeks. Is this normal or is there some other problem?This is the article I...
by Cholee Clay 21 months ago
Is there a common standard or set guidelines that all the editors use to select articles? Or do all the different network sites/editors have their own guidelines for their own sites similar to when we submit our own articles? Is there a way to find all the different guidelines, without trying to...
by Doneta Wrate 3 months ago
I have submitted 4 hubs to nich sites and not heard back anything yet. Do they tell you something through notifications or are you expected to find it in your emails?
by Catherine Giordano 2 years ago
Does anyone know why some submissions to niche sits are approved in 24 hours and others go 3 weeks or more. I had one that took over 3 weeks , but was finally approved. I have another now that I have been waiting on for over 3 weeks (The one I submitted 2 weeks after this one is already approved.)...
by Trihorus 23 months ago
Hello Hubbers,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...
by Cardia 2 years 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?...
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