I got an email yesterday about reaching my 100 forum. Do i get more traffic for that? or do i get paid a few cents? Please help!
Hundred forum posts? That's nice but it won't draw more traffic and you also won't get paid more. HubPages simply keeps track of how many posts you have made here on the forums. Hundred is a nice number so they have sent you an email. In the past you would also get an accolade on your profile page but it seems they have removed that. So now it's just an announcement but nothing more than that.
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