1st Problem article at EA, but no instructions

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I have had my first problem article at ezinearticles.com, I see the red bar, but don't have a clue what to do. No intructions.

There are no messages for me and I have not received an email. How am I to know what am I expected to do?

Any hints would be appreciated.


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  • Profile picture of the author Jenni Mac
    Hi, I submitted a couple of articles lately after none for a few weeks, and I noticed the red bar. If it is the red bar I saw, it just tells you the progress of your article. If there was a problem they would've let you know via email or on your article home page!

    Hope all's ok!
    • Profile picture of the author Jeannie Crabtree
      When I hover over the red bar it says it is pending quality control revie.

      When I click pending articles, it says the red bar means "Problem Articles (Not Live) - These articles have problems and need your attention before we can approve them."

      Maybe they have changed how they note it as it is processed? Like I said this is my first experience with this. They have always passed.


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