I am so proud I finally have one hub with a score of .... drum roll please .... 100! Yes, it is has taken allot of work, constant refinement and finally I have the achievement in hand.
I have never had this before. It is not an Editor's Choice award and I fear since I know Hubscores fluctuate so dramatically that I will blink and this beautiful sight will be lost forever.
I got ecstatic too when one of my hubs got a 100. But looking at it, it was not one of my best hubs as I thought, it still needs a little editing. It didn't stay long at 100 though. It went down to the 90's and now its about 80+. But it was fun getting that hub score. Enjoy it while it is still there.
Congratulations! Here is your drum roll.....Take a picture, of it, or save it to preserve that top number. Once achieved though, the journey becomes a bit lighter. Great encouragement, thank you for sharing this triumph with us.
Yes it is possible to blink and have the 100 go away. Those are also the hubs targeted by SEO pirates.
Congratulations! That must feel just great.
One of my hubs was 95 yesterday and I was ready to watch it climb.
Today it is 91 again.
Congratulations! That is a great feeling to reach that score.
I would love you to give some pointers on reaching 100.
Mine is down in the seventies and lately dropping a point every week.
Thanks for any suggestions in advance.
Congratulations CelebrateUSA - that's a great and enviable achievement.
by Catherine Giordano 4 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 Lori Phillips 4 years ago
I am thrilled to see today that one of my hubs was awarded an Editor's Choice tag next to it! Does anyone know what the criteria is for this award? I'd like to earn more!
by Sondra Rochelle 5 years ago
I have been here since January, 2012 and this is only the second time I hit the hundred mark. The first time it came and went quickly, but this time it has stuck...at least for today! I have been working very hard to rework my articles and as a result my hubber score has hit the...
by Ben Guinter 7 years ago
I've been writing for years and I've never managed to get a hub itself to have a 100 score (the profile is a different story)... but today it finally happened!Oddly enough with a hub I wrote on the 23rd of last month on the topic of traffic (who knew that'd be a hot topic these days )...So I guess...
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 Don Simkovich 8 years ago
Yea! For the first time. This is exactly how I did it . . . I, uh, I . . . well, I kept writing the best I could, commented usefully on others, and I decided not to ever worry about trying to reach 100 on my Hubscore.
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