New Keyword Holiday Queue Manager

We have been very quiet as our team has been *heads down* on too many projects to list, but one we will be testing for the first time on the days leading up to Father’s Day:

Here’s the problem: A major holiday is upon us and a few dozen authors will submit articles either the few days prior to or on the holiday itself. Normally they would get approved in the normal course of business, but these articles are very timely for our readers and therefore should be given priority.

Thus, we created a system that will allow us to prioritize holiday articles that are sent in late to be given priority on the days prior to or on the day of the holiday if an editor chooses to work that day.

Yes, it is better to send in holiday themed articles at least 7-21 days prior to a holiday, if not sooner.



a. Wow, great feature! You guys always do aim to please, don’t you.

b. That looks like my Dad! Except that he bought the Father’s Day sports car present for himself…

Comment provided June 12, 2007 at 6:33 PM



Can’t think of a better holiday on which to begin this new feature!


Comment provided June 12, 2007 at 11:34 PM


Lance Winslow writes:

This should indeed save time, as normally you are able to get articles that are “timely” up fast, but having a way to find them, means none will be missed and EzineArticles and the authors will maximize their efforts. Still with that said it is important for authors to plan ahead and try to get the articles in early otherwise, their usefulness may have to wait until next year, as the search engines take a 24 hours to a few days, plus the time to post and the time to look over before approval. Since that day is approaching fast: Happy Father’s Day Everyone!

Comment provided June 13, 2007 at 5:45 AM


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