One last question - yeah yeah, promises, promises!
What is the typical timeline for a response to changes made to a hub that a writer (hubber) has reworked in response to either the "needs improvement" status and/or which had been a 'duplicate' of a piece published elsewhere (sometimes many times over!) before the whole Google algorithm uproar and the subsequent changing of the rules in almost every "ugc" (user-generated content") or blog site out there?
I did keep a lot of the substance - and the form/order is identical to the original duplicate.
But I made *significant* revisions, reframed a couple of my paragraph's central points, and nearly doubled the word count.
Just wondering how soon it will be before I get a yay/nay on the revision... I editted it about 6 days ago.
Thank you, folks.
Your query may be asked at team@ hubpages, it may also take a few days for a response.
The team responds within three to four days... just send them a reminder, six days is long enough.
Thanks for the responses, K_J and sofs. Sofs, how would I send such a reminder? To whom would I send it? And would I do it by re-rewriting it (blech) or just pretending to do so with an unchanged resubmit? It is through "contact us" or what?
No idea how to approach them - or who "they" are. Any further elaboration would be appreciated. Thanks.
Pretending to rewrite would not be a great idea as it just wastes their time. Just click the help link to get the email form for contacting Hub staff.
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