Woohoo! I've accomplished the 5 Featured Hubs feat. I know so many of you guys have reached this achievement since ages, but for me - as an occasional writer who got here not long ago - it's quite awesome! This community is really cool...
Congratulations and it really is an achievement to be proud of. It's like HubPages is telling you that your writing is a good match for this platform. Welcome to HubPages and write some more Hubs.
Congratulations! I hope you continue to write more of the same.
Fellow hubbers, is there a minimum number of hubs to be published before I can be paid?
No, but to make the required $50 payout is going to take a looonngg time with just a couple of hubs.
The minimum is between 10 - 20. Aim for 20 to be extra sure unless they are rated high and get continuous traffic.
You can check on this yourself and there are two ways to look:
1) Up top of the page at the right, go to your name and you will see a list, click on 'earnings', or
2) Go to 'MyAccount' and click on Earnings,
Either way will take you to the same page and you click on 'Ad Program Reports' which is listed under 'HubPages Earnings Program Settings'.
Here you can check on how much you have made.
Congratulations, isaacsante. Every milestone, no matter how small it seems to you, is to be celebrated on your HP journey. Keep writing and enjoy this cool community.
For the the space I used the 'space bar' (the long bar at the bottom of the keyboard).
For the capital letters I used the 'shift' keys.
You must know about these, you used the question mark.
Haha Examiner! Nooo... Of course I know that... I mean, how come your display name is not your username (all in lowercase)? I mean, check mine... my username is "isaacasante", and so is my display name, even though I entered my real name in my account's settings. Any way I can let my real name be my display name across the HP site?
Congratulations! Keep on going, and going, and going. The only words of advice
Sorry that I misunderstood your question, but "The Examiner-1" is the user name which I enetered when I applied. There are many hubbers on here who use 'pen names'.
Oh gosh.. So I guess it's too late for me to change mine then...
Congratulations, Issac! There are many hubbers who have yet to publish a hub. So, you should feel good about your five features. Good job! Keep on writing!
Congratulations & Welcome to HubPages! I hope this inspires you to visit and write more often!
by Missing Link 3 months ago
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