At noon CDT today, http://hubpages.com/hub/Why-I-Rent--Not-Own was at 100!
Not to be immodest, but it hit the magic number a couple of weeks ago too, but I didn't have the good sense to do a screen capture. This time I DID. But what do I do to post the proof here???
Wow - congrats Jama! You'll have to upload it somewhere - you can do it to any free site, then put that URL like so:
[img]http://name of site.com/pic[/img]
It is a great hub... especially since almost everyone rents OR owns, it was very inclusive.
by Catherine Giordano 3 years ago
I just have to ask you to celebrate with me. After 7 months, I finally got a hubber score of 100. I never thought I'd see that.Of course, I don't know why, but I must be doing something right.
by Inspirepub 10 years ago
I am stunned!I logged in to moderate a comment, and my eBay Hub has a score of 100 - my first ever!Given that these things tend to last about two and a half minutes, I took a screen shot for posterity. Amazing, the things that we care about, isn't it? LOL.Thanks to all the Hubbers who have come by...
by Jo_Goldsmith11 5 years ago
I need your help fellow hubbers. I have created a screen shot of one of my hubs.I saved it and when I try to upload it for a photo or link to my next hub, it is not working.It says that I need a jpg. How would I go about showing the saved screen shot on a new hub? Thank you for your help. I...
by Laurel Rogers 7 years ago
Really-I haven't yet learned this-please be patient and detailed! Thanks so much.
by Rajinder Soni 9 years ago
I am really happy to see that one of my hub has hit 100 for the first time at hubpages.It is also displayed in the second place in BEST HUBS page.I never saw this before, as maximum number for my hubs was 99, not 100 before this event.
by American_Choices 6 years ago
I need to capture my desktop tabs on a screen shot for an upcoming hub. How can I take a shot of my screen other than a video. A video would be easier for me. Pros and cons of a screen shot verses a video? Or should I have both for the reader?
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