I would like to ask on which site I can post articles related to social issues. My question may be awkward but still I would like to ask my seniors about it. Because if I put my article on the wrong site, I will have to wait for fourteen days.
You cannot publish directly to a network site. You can only, like everyone here, post in a suitable category on HubPages. So choose the category most suited to your topic.
It will automatically be assessed for moving to one of the network sites. If it doesn't get moved within 10 days or so, it's not good enough.
Thank you, Bev G. I have seen no category in which I can submit articles related to social issues, so I asked this question.
Bev G, when our articles become featured we can see a category on the top of the article, "submit to a Hubpages network site."
When we click on it we get many options. Does it also have an option for social issues?
Thank you very much for your precious time, Bev G.
Ah... just a question of misunderstanding. I thought you said 'post to a network site' as in publishing a new article.
It doesn't matter if you choose the 'wrong' site, the editors will make sure it goes to the most suitable. Some social issues are best in Soapboxie, other articles might be more educational, in which case it'll be Owlcation.
Bev G, Alicia, thank you very much. I got my answer. I wish you both always be happy.
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