Hope you are well. I need your assistance in niche correction as my article "UFO Sighting" is running on the literature site which I think is not suitable for my article. kindly tell me which niche suits my article properly and how can I change or place it on the right network site.
https://discover.hubpages.com/literatur … O-sighting
As your article is on Discover, you can change its category. Simply go into edit mode and click into the Topic section. It will give you the option to change it there.
Here's a screenshot:
Thank you Bev G!
Kindly also let me know its appropriate category because im confused about it. Which category suits this article the most?
Bev G, Should i select "Exemplore" category for this article?
No, Exemplore is a niche site, not a category. If you want to submit your article to a niche site that's a different thing.
Just go to your article in Author mode and submit it to the site of your choice. Exemplore would probably be the best fit. However, the editors can put it into the one they think is right.
You have to make sure the writing is exemplary (excuse the pun ), so give it a thorough edit.
Bev G, it's a UFO sighting based on a true incident (personal experience)
I just want to know which category suits this most not niche. if I go to the topic section and write UFO sighting in the search bar then different categories appear but no category does not match appropriately.
e.g religion, philosophy, and Ufo's - is this right for it?
Well, you are confusing me. You have mentioned both 'category' and 'niche site'. They are different.
You choose the category when you publish, and as long as the article is not on a niche site, you can change it.
Your article is a personal experience so I would guess the category could be Paranormal. That is under Religion/Philosophy, I think.
Can you provide us with a link to the article in question?
Kanwal, I don't think your article will move from Discover until you tighten up your English and grammar. For starters, remove the colon from the end of your title. It's unnecessary and poorly placed.
It was my first article on HubPages and i haven't edited it since.
Yeah definitely bravewarrior, i follow your instructions and i welcome you to tell me more tips to improve it.
bravewarrior, please check it again, is it okay now? I have edited the title.
You need to work on your English. Your article will not be approved for a niche site, other than Discover, until your English, grammar, and punctuation are near perfect.
Do some editing and I'll look at it more thoroughly. I don't want to edit it for you, which is what it needs.
Thank you dear bravewarrior, I get it now. I know it has only 766 words but you tell me where to edit in this article because I don't want to add more to it and I have to write other articles on other topics.
I'm not using tools for making articles perfect but later, I will buy Grammarly premium for editing and removing mistakes from my articles so that I can improve them.
You can't always count on Grammarly. The English language has too many exceptions to the rules. Most of those automated programs don't catch the meaning of the text, so don't always provide the correct word or phrase. For instance, 'to' 'too' and 'two' all sound the same but have completely different meanings.
Check out this link for various free options for learning the English language. https://www.fluentin3months.com/free-on … e-lessons/
You really need to perfect your English in order to succeed on this site. Do yourself a a favor and work on that. You will benefit from it whether or not you want to write for monetary gain.
I suggest you spend beaucoup time in the learning center before proceeding. Click on the word 'help' on the top right of this page. Once you go through that, edit your current article and ensure your future articles meet HP standards. If you still need help from your fellow writers, please come back. Serve yourself first. You do that by educating yourself on what it takes to succeed in this format.
Research is key to any successful article.
you can check the link in my first msg, it's already there.
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