I have just published my 10th featured Hub and received an email from Hubpages saying that I am in the top 6% of Hubbers who achieve this milestone. Can anyone tell me the next milestone and what percentage that is?
Not sure of the stats, but congratulations.
Note you were told you were in the top 6% of people who have earned the 10 hub accolade. That means there's another 94% who have 10 featured Hubs whose content is somehow not as good as yours. You were not told you are in the top 6% of all Hub authors as you claim in the thread title.
Milestones are Accolades, http://hubpages.com/faq/#accolades
Way to go! Keep on hubbing and maintain the high quality!
Me too and does it not feel so good to know it!! Congrats to you!
There are has been a lot of confusion about this lately, and the HP staff still haven't clarified it yet. I think if you have 50 featured hubs, you are in the top 2%. I should reach that soon.
Funny, I recently got an accolade for having 100 featured hubs. It didn't give me any percentages.
I guess I'm not special in any way.
I must not be either - I got the same accolade and no email lol
I have heard many Hubbers saying this, that there is no percentage with over 100 featured hubs. Maybe there aren't enough with 100 featured hubs on HP, to create a percentage.
Me too. I had 100 featured hubs with 100 hubs published. (I've since deleted 20 hubs.)
I want an accolade that says I'm not special.
I TOO WAS TOLD OVER A MONTH AGO THAT I WAS IN THE 1% BECAUSE MORE THAN 50 OOF MY HUBS WERE FEATURED.
Sorry - having issues... and for 'shouting' but is the significance oof being in a high perventage because of featured hubs?
No idea. Obviously this is a new introduction of TPTB. The feelgood factor seems to rule these days. Personally speaking, all I want is Google traffic because that is where your future earnings lie.
Not in useless accolades.
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