Why is that some hubbers hide the display of their Accolades? What prompt them to do so? Also, can we hide accolades partially means certain to show and certain to display?
Sorry I mean certain accolades to display and certain to hide.
No, you can only hide or display all accolades.
Some hubbers prefer to maintain their privacy and not publicly display how much traffic they are getting.
How? I really had no idea that you can actually hide accolades.
You can find the option for HIDING in Edit Profile.
You will find it in under the following heads: If I have earned any accolades, show them to:
Everyone Only Me No One
JUST CLICK YOUR OPTION FROM THE ABOVE 3
Some hubbers prefer maintaining privacy with their hub. Therefore, they prefer hiding their accolades.
I hide my traffic. Plus badges and things only mean something to other Hubbers.
"Helpful to newbies" or whatever.
It's hardly going to start a fire on Pinterest.
edit: I hide traffic because it is embarassingly low. I've been here for years. Should be in the high thousands by now.
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