One of my article was selected by a Network Site. I didn't submit the article to the Network Site. Can I get back the article to HubPages?
Thanks in advance.
That's actually a good thing! Congratulations!
The main website (HubPages.com) is just a holding site. Articles on the main site don't earn much money.
When you publish an article on HubPages, the editors of the Network Sites look at it. If it's good enough quality, they may pick the article to be placed on their Network Site, where it can earn an income. If they think it is poor quality, they will ignore it.
So you should be pleased your article has been picked.
Congratulations! It has happen to me and others. Yor work is very good.
If your article is published on a Network site it means your article will likely get more traffic through search engines but if you want to move it back to Hubpages you can contact HubPages support to request that they move it back. I would not move it back because Google will not see it as a content farm article and it will show up more in search engine results.
This is kind of like saying "The teacher gave me a 95% on the test but I only deserved a 70%. How can I get her to change the grade?"
If your article has been moved, it is better than most of the things already on Hubpages main site. I do not know what traffic is like at that site, but it is has the potential to be ranked higher by the search engines. Keep doing what you have been.
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