Hi, can anyone advise on how to keep a track of the submission of articles to network sites? I understand that it takes at least 2 weeks to get published on network sites.
But I am not sure of any tool available in HP to track submissions to network sites.
Can someone advise and help.
I don't think that there is a HubPages tool to track submissions to network sites. I used a spreadsheet when I was moving articles to the niche sites.
Thanks for the information.
I have never submitted an article to network sites as almost all of the submitted articles were rejected.
Can you please let me know if I will get a notification from the Hubpages team if my article is successfully selected to be published on network sites?
Yes, you will receive an email telling you that your article has been accepted. If you submit and hear nothing, then it has gone into the queue for editing. It may take a while to get to the head of the line to be edited, so be patient.
Hi there, if the article was very good or exceptional good, teamhubpages will select it for publishing on a network site. You will also be inform by email. Thanks.
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