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?
well, I probably missed the emails. can I get them to send the emails again?
I don't think so. Look into your spam folder? If not contact the team.
When did you submit the articles to the niche sites? It can take anything from a few hours to several weeks (or more rarely a couple of months) for a decision to be made by the team.
The queue for some niche sites is much longer than for others. I know you're keen, but the editors are working their socks off to keep the standard of the niche sites high. And that takes time.
After searching email and spam I have found one of my niche submissions. They said they want to edit it before putting it on niche site, They said I could edit it, but it needed a lot and more or less said it would be better if they did the editing. I will let them do it. I want to spend my time researching and writing new stuff and trying to improve my traffic. Right now I only have 16 hubs. Making more needs to be a top priority for me. Along with learning to develop traffic. I reckon my other 3 will show up in email before too long. I just need to watch my email more closely. All four hubs I have submitted so far is for dengarden.
Please don't give up so quickly. The HP editorial team work on articles with the highest traffic first so you may have a long wait before they get around to editing yours.
Why not treat improving your hub to niche standard as a challenge and see if you can get the article moved by your own efforts?
Start a new thread with the link given in your rejection email and I'm sure you will get lots of helpful advice from other hubbers on how to improve your article and get it moved to a niche site.
Right now I do not have time to do even half of what I would like to do on hubpages.
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