As of midnight last night, voting in the 5th Annual Hubbie Awards is officially closed. Big thanks to everyone who voted, and we will have the votes tallied up within the next couple days. Stay tuned!
I'm curious. How many people vote for their own Hubs in the Hubbie Awards?
How many people feel like they don't read that many hubs and don't really know who's hub to vote for?
I read a lot of hubs--but I don't take notes on them, so yes, at voting time, it is difficult to pick a hub or hubber that stands out, especially as many categories as there are.
I usually end up voting for not more than 5 or 6 maximum, and at that, recent hubs I've read that stood out...and hubbers with whom I've been familiar for some time.
It's a nice idea, but I'm not convinced of the actual value of the awards.
I had fun this year and was able to vote in every single category. Last year, I was not able to do so, so reading more Hubs and visiting more profiles helps a lot.
I know I'm dead in the water this year. Most folks who know me have drifted on. And even if I did get any votes, they'd be split between "paradigmsearch" and "paradigm search".
Been one heck of a lot of fun though.
O gee, a special award is needed here.
I miss Cagsil. He is alive and well, though he seems to have gone off on a tangent.
While it is difficult to vote in every category, there are many great hubbers that deserve recognition and this is one of the best way to do it. Their tralent and their hubs are so outstanding. Even if you only vote for a few, it is worth voting.
I would hope people don't vote for themselves that just doesn't seem right.
by Christy Kirwan 4 years ago
Voting opens today! Check out the Blog Post for more details and to cast your vote.
by Christy Kirwan 14 months ago
It's that time of year again! Give your favorite articles and writers some recognition by voting for them in a variety of categories. Please stop by the most recent HubPages Blog Post for details and instructions on voting in the 2017 Annual HubPages Hubbie Awards.
by Chris Mills 3 years ago
Yes, that says 2016. I've been thinking about something, and when I finally got around to saying something, the blog thread for this years awards was unofficially closed. So, I'm starting a new one. I suggest that next year we consider a Hubbie Award for Most Versatile...
by Liz Elias 5 years ago
There is a thread about this in the Q&A, but it's about a month old, and I don't think it's being read anymore.I just saw the notice about this on the "my hubs" page today. I would like to inquire, is it allowed to vote for one person in more than one category?
by Kenneth C Agudo 5 years ago
I wake up this morning receiving an email from hubpages about this, so I will not be waiting my chance and power to vote. Exciting!!! vote vote now my dear friends. . .
by Brie Hoffman 4 years ago
I just wonder how many people vote in this..
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