When we go to our own profile, and click on the HOTD accolade, it opens up a window that shows us which hubs were so selected, to benefit our own (or at least my) faulty memories.
It would be very nice if the same thing could be done with the Editor's Choice accolade. (I probably should make myself a list, for I keep forgetting, and going back through a list of over 200 hubs to find them gets tedious.)
In your "My Account" on the fourth drop down box "Select A Designation" you can filter and show only your EC hubs.
Note: it doesn't hide them from your profile, just shows you the designation from behind the scenes.
Oh-did not know that. Thank you very much, LCDWriter.
Learn something new every day. Sometimes, I still feel like a newbie, even though I just recently hit my 4-year mark.
Thanks, DzyMsLizzy, I learned something new from you today as well. Didn't know if I click on my HOTD accolade, I will see my hub. Cool!
On the one hand, it's nice to be reminded
On the other hand, it highlights which are your best hubs if anyone wants to steal them
(And that's why I've opted out of the Editor's Choice scheme).
Editor's Choice did not select the Hubs with the most traffic. There are some parts of the HP QAP and scoring system which doesn't seem to care if Hubs are actually successful on Google or not. Difficult to imagine why this is the case, but it is.
by Catherine Giordano 3 years ago
My "Inside the Beehive" hub just got the "Editor's Choice" award. After reading the posts about Editor's Choice, I feel like it is like getting the key to the city. It is a great honor, but it's not good for any thing. It doesn't even show up on my profile...
by Peg Cole 3 years ago
I make it a habit to count my EC hubs just to make sure none have gone missing. (OCD) This morning I was surprised to see one of mine lost its designation overnight. There were no edits to it and it still has the same 70 comments and 42 original pictures of a method and a recipe. The only...
by Juliette Kando FI Chor 3 years ago
The EC program is a means of removing the best articles from our sub-domains and giving them to the main HP site hubpages.com.As Cardisa so rightly pointed out inhttp://hubpages.com/forum/topic/129147#post2714297The predominance of labelled EC hubs in the Related Hubs section puts non-EC hubs at a...
by Danette Watt 4 years ago
I see that one of my hubs was named Editor's Choice. But I don't see any notice of that to the 'outside world" - that is, I only see a tag next to the hub's title in my account. I'll certainly promote in on my FB page but you'd think it would get a gold star or something next to the title on...
by Kylyssa Shay 3 years ago
A few weeks ago, one of my new hubs (not a transferred lens) was chosen as an Editor's Choice hub. I understand that can also happen to established hubs as well.What I was wondering about is if an existing lenshub were to be chosen as an Editor's Choice hub, would it lose its redirect?Also,...
by Lela 2 years ago
Are 15 out of 271 featured hubs a 'normal' number for hubs? Or do I still need improve this ratio? What is everyone else getting, approximately?
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