I wrote an article on the US economy which I noted was the top Hot hub under the Economy section. I have promoted it a bit and it's had a bit of traffic but I'm somewhat surprised. Anyone know how this feature works i.e. how do you get to be Hot? And is it worth working at being Hot?
While I'm at it how do you become Featured?
Thanks in advance for any knowledge you can share.
You can read about being "hot" in the FAQ,
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