I have question that as now my almost all hubs are moved to discover hubpages so, am looking to submit them to the respective network sites. But I have found discover hubpages have different categories. Like hubpages have "paired life" for articles related to relationships but discover hubs showing a category "gender & relationships". So, how to submit articles to discover hubpages? Looking for some guidance in this regard that are discover hupages having the same niche sites or different? And how to submit my article to discover hubs niche sites?
New articles are automatically put on Discover as long as they pass the QAP. As far as updating old articles we cannot submit them directly to Discover. You have to submit them to a niche site and if they do not qualify then they would get moved to Discover if they are of high enough quality.
Discover is the new HubPages home site. Discover has its own categories just as the old HP site did. The current niche sites like owlcation, delishably, ect. are the same, and you can submit your articles to those sites in the same way as before.
If an article does not get moved to a niche and is moved to Discover instead, the staff will put it into the correct subcategory for you.
All published articles are automatically moved to discover HP.
I have recently begun posting articles on Hubpages and many of my articles have also passed the QAP and have become featured. I still can't see the articles on the Discover site.
Do I have to submit the articles separately on the Discover site or is it done automatically? How long do I have to wait till my articles are moved to the Discover site?
Kindly guide me on this.
No. You do not have to move the articles. That will happen automatically...
Articles will be moved from HubPages to Discover if they pass the Quality Assessment Process and meet the traffic threshold. New articles will automatically be reviewed for Network Sites. Older articles can be submitted to a Network Site once every 14 days.
It looks like you are using AI to create your articles.
You can also email email@example.com and request that an article be moved to a certain category if you feel it's in the incorrect one or in even certain circumstances have it moved to a different network site if it's competing with another article.
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