Am I allowed to move my own articles to the niche sites?
Are there rules on that or certain requirements?
Yes. And, as Paul Goodman has remark, its 14 days per article. At the end of the 14-days, you submit another. You'll be informed of any flaw for correction. And you submitted the same article again, in a 14 day time period. Nevertheless, pay much attention to spelling, punctuation, grammar, sentence partners and structures, including mechanical accuracy. Finally, the niche sites reguest you input your references or source of the article at the end of the read.
Thanks for your kind reply Miebakagh57. Have a great day.
Ruby? I've done it. However, one thing that I have noticed about the articles of mine that actually made it through to those niche sites was that they were articles of mine about topics that nobody else had written about. If they reject an article that you submit, they will come back and tell you that there is room for improvement for all sorts of things. However, at the end of the day, I believe that those niche sites are looking for fresh, new material, because if they have identified any defects in anything I've submitted to them that was about a fresh, new topic that nobody had written about, they have usually offered to correct them for me and upgrade my article to their niche site in any event.
Oh I see. Thanks TheShadowSpecter for the insight. This is enlightening. Have a great day--night here actually in my end.
TheShadow, thank you. I'm noting that.
It is great. You know how to do it by now. Have a wonderful day.
If your newly published article passes the Quality Assessment Process, it will automatically be reviewed for a Network Site. There is no need to submit it yourself. If you would like to manually submit an older article or a previously rejected article from a Network Site, you may do so every two weeks.
Yes, you can submit your article for consideration for a network site. At the top of your article click on "Submit to Network Site" then follow the steps. That will explain what is required.
Thanks for your kind reply Jodah. Have a great day.
Further to what Jodah said previously, I'd add that you can only submit articles one at a time and there's a waiting time of at least two weeks between submissions.
The editorial standards are pretty strict, so success is by no means guaranteed.
Studying the articles that have already made it through to the niches is the best way of understanding the sort of thing that HP wants, in my opinion..
Ruby, In addition to all the excellent suggestions above, I would also recommend you read the Editorial Policy for any niche sites where you are interested in publishing your articles. That is where you will learn what they are looking for with your content. They each have different requirements.
The link to their Editorial Policy page is at the bottom of each niche site. When I write something new, I always check that out and have all my content on niche sites by following their individual policies.
That is well noted. Thanks.
Oh, thank you so much for this valuable suggestion Glenn Stok. I really appreciate it. Have a great day.
You’re welcome, Ruby. I see you already have nine articles on LetterPile. That’s a great accomplishment in six weeks!
Thanks for the encouragement and compliment Sir. This is well appreciated.
I read about your bio Sir. I'm looking for someone to help me set up a simple website?
Ruby, you can create a simple website with Blogger for free. If you want instructions, look for my tutorial, “How to Create a Regular Website With Google Blogger.”
I have a blog at Google's Bloggeq. I like and welcome the idea.
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