Earning Platinum Status On EzineArticles?

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I just received an email stating that I was automatically upgraded to Platinum Status. Has anyone ever been upgraded to Platinum Status automatically? If so, I just want to know whether or not you have to pay the monthly fee despite them upgrading you themselves.
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    You dont have to pay a monthly fee to get upgraded to platinum or diamond status. They upgraded your account automatically because you are doing a good job with writing quality articles.
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  • Profile picture of the author Young Financier
    Gotcha! Thanks for that clarification.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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    Originally Posted by Sean T Alexandre View Post

    Has anyone ever been upgraded to Platinum Status automatically?
    Everyone who has "platinum" status has been upgraded to it automatically, in the sense that EZA does reviews of your account, after every 10 articles submitted, without your requesting it, and just notifies you of the outcome.

    "Platinum" status isn't the same thing as "premium" status, which is a paid service allowing scheduled publication-times and so on.

    It's still worth having, because "platinum"/"diamond" authors who submit articles regularly and cause no editorial problems get much faster acceptance and publication, and less rigorous editorial reviews (though as far as I'm aware, EZA doesn't actually admit that openly!).

    Well done!
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    • Profile picture of the author Young Financier
      Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

      Everyone who has "platinum" status has been upgraded to it automatically, in the sense that EZA does reviews of your account, after every 10 articles submitted, without your requesting it, and just notifies you of the outcome.

      "Platinum" status isn't the same thing as "premium" status, which is a paid service allowing scheduled publication-times and so on.

      It's still worth having, because "platinum"/"diamond" authors who submit articles regularly and cause no editorial problems get much faster acceptance and publication, and less rigorous editorial reviews (though as far as I'm aware, EZA doesn't actually admit that openly!).

      Well done!
      Gotcha! I was confusing platinum with premium. Understood now.
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