I finally saw my latest hub with Editor's Choice stamp. I really spent time on this hub and the work paid off. But what really helped was the HP template which I finally used...just to challenge myself. From now on, I am using the template. It helped me much. Thank you HP.
Congratulations and well done! It's a very deserving Hub!
wow i am definitely goiong to follow you. i have been waiting for editors choice too. good job, you are a very skill writer.
I could use a few more of those...
Every little bit helps as to being listed in the Related Hubs.
Congratulations aesta!. That isn't easy to do, but maybe following the HP template is the answer. I haven't done that for awhile. Anyway good for you.
Whoot! Congrats, Mary! Good job! BTW - What is a HP template and where do we find it?
Hi June. Thanks. My first milestone for 2016. Anyway, when you open "start a hub", you have choices to make in No. 3, Hub Format. You may either follow the Article template or use the basic one. You can choose the Article Template that best suits your hub. When you do this, the template guides you with the modules to include as well as questions to answer. This was my first time so it took me time but once you get the hang of it, it is the best way to go.
Congrats fellow Canadian For being here 15 months you have done a lot of hubs! Great job!
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by Keith Abt 4 years ago
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by John Hansen 3 years ago
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by Beth Eaglescliffe 4 years ago
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by Peg Cole 3 years ago
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by Susie Lehto 3 years ago
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