BrightHubs - Do you get a certain number of edits on an article if it is not accepted immediately?
by Paul Edmondson 3 hours ago
For those of you that are writers on AxleAddict, we wanted to let you know that we are doing a small test on the site. Our plan is to edit every article on AxleAddict in the next couple of weeks. At this point most of the edits will be small. They will include title updates, sharpening of...
by Cholee Clay 11 months ago
I have an article that an editor has made substantial changes too. Including adding a bio that they wrote themselves. I have not seen an edit this bad in quite some time on one of my articles, and I do not want to go through the whole article and rewrite half of it. I've already spent countless...
by Sondra Rochelle 5 days ago
I am wondering if any of you are having problems with current edits. All of a sudden I got more than 10 notices in my email inbox stating that articles had been edited. However, when I checked some of them out, the edits MADE ERRORS instead of correcting them. I have contacted the...
by Eugene Brennan 11 months ago
It would be useful if there was an option to save a published article after edits have been made, but not completed so that edits could be completed later and the tab closed. Then an "update online version" button would update the live version after completion of edits. Maybe edits...
by John Hansen 2 months ago
I have been getting a lot of emails lately saying: "Congratulations! We've Reviewed Your Article on LetterPile and It Looks Great!"This is fine, but why are staff reviewing articles that have only been moved to the niche site two or three days ago? This seems a little premature and a...
by RoaaKh 2 years ago
Is there a maximum word count for accepted articles?Hi, I'm writing my first hub and it's a book summary. However, the book is really rich in information and I feel like it will be very long (more than 3000 words) . So will it be unaccepted if it crossed some kind of word count limit? Or can my...
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