I am just curious, but I wonder the longer the site is around and the more hubs people publish if there will be a status higher than Hall of Fame. Publishing more than 400 hubs is quite a bit and there are not that many hubbers there yet, but I am wonder about in a couple of years. Does anyone else wonder too?
Funny you should say that. I was wondering the exact same thing, earlier today. Not that I'm anywhere near there, yet.
by Eugene Brennan8 weeks ago
I just noticed that some author's earnings are displayed on the homepage when logged out. Is this a recent idea and is the display of earnings optional? (not that it bothers me if there is no choice in the matter)
by Marye Audet5 years ago
How long should you wait after you unpublish an article before republishing it on your blog or other website? I mean, so that Google doesn't see it as copied material?
by Dr. John Anderson4 years ago
As reported in the Forums certain hubbers appear to have "Pet" status and their new hubs get published immediately without the 24-48 hours "pending" delay (orbiting arrows). What's the criteria for...
by Bonnie Ramsey8 years ago
I am curious to know if my traffic ratio is good or if it should be better as far as traffic from outside sources. When I checked this morning, I had a total of 16,110 page views. Of these views, about 68% is from...
by Janis Leslie Evans4 years ago
I've been following the thread re: problems with the unfairness of idling hubs for low traffic. I went to FAQ and LC to find what criteria determines one getting idled. I couldn't find anything. I know it's obviously...
by GA Andereson (Gus)5 years ago
did not see any recent updates - maybe I missed them, Sorry if this seems lazy, but, any recent news on the HP Amazon affiliate status?
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