I am active in hubpages for last 4 years and so far all my articles are featured and resting in the discover.hubpages. Yesterday, I got a mail from HP that one of my articles (a recipe) is shifted by them to the niche site 'delishably'. This may be a small achievement but I thought to just share it with my fellow hubbers.
Congrats, Umesh. As Glenn said, gather, rewrite, repeat and you're on your way. Well done! BTW, if it's the Bitter Gourd and Sweet Potato Dry Vegetable recipe you're talking about, it looks good. I just don't know where we'd get the gourds around these parts. Am thinking I could do that whole recipe with just the sweet potatoes, though, so my wife and I might give that a go.
Greg, thanks for your beautiful feelings. Bitter gourd is very common here in the Asian countries but I do not know about its availability in Idaho, US. When other gourds are available may be it is also available in some select stores there. Anyway, bitter gourd is said to be having great medicinal properties and our ancestors used it much in vegetables.
Congratulations. You don't have to wait for Hub Pages to recognize and move your article to a niche site. I have gone back and edited some of my existing articles, even old ones, and then clicked on the tab in the Edit mode to move the article to a niche site and have been successful with many of them. Before editing I also select the niche site I want to move the article to and review what the site is looking for before editing and submitting. Good luck and keep trying.
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