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  • Category: Suggestions and Feedback

    How often articles will be reviewed?

    I submitted one article yesterday and it was almost 24 hours. Is there any particular time where all the articles will be reviewed? Just want to know when my article will be reviewed?

    Thank you and waiting for the response!
  • #22935
    Sridhar Belide,

    Articles are usually reviewed within a week. Our editors are doing the editing at their free time and editing is usually done during week-ends. So, depending on when you post the article, it may take 1 to 7 days to complete the reviews.

  • #22936
    Sridhar, your anxiety about getting your article reviewed is understandable. But since our editors have their own professional and personal commitments and as such may find it difficult to review the section rather quickly.
    You might have noticed that a couple of articles have been reviewed over the last weekend. Please have patience.

    Live....and Let Live!

  • #22944
    Sridhar Belide,
    Articles are reviews very strictly and needs proper time to carefully read all the articles. And also the editors are busy with their schedule so they mostly review the articles at the weekends. So I will suggest you to just have patience all the time (though it is very tough for all).


    I find that the harder I work, the more luck I seem to have.

  • #23000
    I think the Webmasters have been trying to get more people on board the editorial panel for articles section. The problem is getting somebody who can understand SEO and link building to ensure good traffic to the section. It requires better knowledge as opposed to, say, editing an Ask Expert post. Let's hope we do find the requisite efficient people in due course of time. Hold that thought....and keep contributing, without worrying too much about delays in article reviews!

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