I just received word that one of my hubs got the Rising Star award! I am so excited and feel so blessed. I enjoy writing so much and these little milestones are a big encouragement. Thanks to all the wonderful hubbers out there for making this place welcoming!
If you won the award, it means lots of Hubbers voted for your Hub. Well done!
Keep an eye out for today's Newsletter. As a winner, you'll be Featured there.
Congrats Torrs! I felt the same way when I won a Rising Star. It's encouraging to know people enjoy your writing so much they chose you over the other candidates. Keep up the good work and you may get more. Any hub you write within the first six months are eligible for nomination and you may end up with a few more.
Congratulations and way to go, girl! I am very proud for you. You deserve it. I am going on my fourth-year on HP and it looks like for me, "this ship sailed a long time ago."
Keep up the great work.
Woo-hoo! Great job, Tori! It only gets better from here! Congratulations!
Well done! It looks like you have put a lot of hard work and good information into your hubs, I'm really glad to see you get recognized for it.
Awesome, Torrs! What wonderful news and so deserving. Keep on writing those gems. Blessings
by Robyn D Bera 5 years ago
It seems that by some miracle I've won Rising Star not once, but twice! I am totally shocked, pleasantly surprised, and absolutely motivated to keep on writing. I won a few weeks ago on a hub about feeding dogs raw eggs, then again this week for a cookie recipe using coconut oil. At this point in...
by Paiva 5 years ago
Can't believe my hub won was excited as ever when I saw the mail in my inbox Would really love to thank the HP management for nominating my hub...replied to their mail, but am not sure if it's delivered..So anyways would like to thank em here..and to whomever voted for my hub..Thanks a ton
by StitchTheDamned 5 years ago
I am so so happy right now! My total views have finnally climbed to over 1,000 and one of my Hubs has been selected as a Rising Star. I've been steadily working on improving my Hubs and apparently it is working! How excited were you to hit 1,000 views?
by Poppy 4 years ago
How can I be considered for a Rising Star accolade?I know it's a random selection, but is there anything I can do to get noticed on Hub Pages? I'm already quite active in the forums and the answers panel, and hop hubs sometimes too. Also, how long are you a member of HP until you don't...
by Lynsey Harte 5 years ago
Does the rising star award help your traffic overall?I have recently achieved the rising star accolade, and I'm wondering whether it makes a long term difference to your stats? For example, after the newsletter has went out and everything has settled, do you still get a steady stream of traffic to...
by Stephanie 5 years ago
Can you win the Rising Star award more than once?Last week I won Rising Star accolade for the first time in the Food and Cooking category. This week I get an email saying I have another hub in the Holidays and Celebration category that is up for the Rising Star accolade. Is it possible...
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