Rejection

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    • #26109

      Grecy Garcia
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      How do you cope up with writing’s rejection whenever you are submitting an article, or any rejection stories and how did you cope up?

    • #27169

      realityspeaks
      Participant

      Ever writer/blogger does face rejection with articles. You’ve got to deal with it and go ahead with your writing assignments.

    • #30947

      alina
      Participant

      it’s not easy for me to cope with rejection but I try to face it as a part of life and simply move on

      • #52102

        angie10
        Participant

        That’s exactly the way to go. You can’t dwell on it, and waste time wallowing in self pity.

    • #30949

      angela
      Participant

      I think it depends. if you did a good job, you’ll feel sad.

    • #30950

      angela
      Participant

      But if you do a bad job, well then, you might not feel TOO bad! Also, rejection is common, get used to it!

      • #52103

        angie10
        Participant

        True, Angela….it does hurt when you feel you’ve given it your all, only to be rejected. But you just have to keep soldiering on, someone is likely to say yes sometime 🙂

    • #31277

      TAlberts
      Participant

      Don´t give up and see it as a challenge.

    • #31285

      peachpurple
      Participant

      Most articles I post didn’t get rejection because I don’t write for freelance sites. If I really did get rejected, find out the reasons , rectify and submit again, don’t give up

    • #32114

      Shane
      Participant

      I departed immediately when my article was rejected in iwriter. Are you writing there too?

      • #33120

        TAlberts
        Participant

        You reminded me that I have an account in iwriter Shane but I have not written there as it was always a limitation of time and stressful for me just looking at how much time I need to submit an article.

      • #52104

        angie10
        Participant

        One look at the rates and rejection rates over at iWriter, and i didn’t bother writing a single article 🙂

    • #42172

      munda23
      Participant

      Rejection give you big disappointment.. but you should remain positive and sort out your mistakes

    • #42659

      cessy08
      Participant

      It depends how I receive feedback from rejection. There are some clients who do so politely and it motivates me a lot to improve my articles. But if the rejection came off a bit rude, I think my initial reaction is to get disappointed and a bit defensive. I do move on with it rather quickly and just give an I don’t really care type of attitude. I try to avoid the same clients in the future, though.

    • #42959

      joe garcia
      Participant

      For me, rejection is hard. But, I become more determined.

    • #49576

      angie10
      Participant

      I think everyone feels hurt on some level, but not everyone is going to like what your write about. I think it’s best to soldier on and try to learn from any feedback given, if it is.

    • #50568

      Shane
      Participant

      We need to improve our article and do more research in order not to be rejected. The feeling is we may be challenged to provide a credible article.

    • #52106

      cgalavia
      Participant

      Never give up,never quit,a winner never quits.

    • #52306

      Anne Farmer
      Participant

      Well, it can mean that the content isn’t up to a site’s standards as far as writing quality and proper English so I might brush up on that. Otherwise I just might try try again the best way I know how. If the site kept on rejecting me then i would move onto other writing sites that are not as strict. It might mean lesser pay but why stress over something when you’re doing your best. I can get that with my relatives in person haha.

    • #54380

      Grecy Garcia
      Participant

      When I get rejected, the normal response is to be discouraged and moved away from the site, just like in Forum Wheel and Postloop, I look for other site that accepts my way of writing.

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