In the past few days, I got my 100th follower and finally attained 1 million views! It's been hectic writing while also working part-time and being a full-time student, but it's crazy to think so many people have read my silly articles. Here's to many more years.
Congratulations, Jeremy. You are one busy guy-- and you still have time to play games I assume. By the way, my son is a fantasy artist and he has done a couple of Magic cards. (Carl Frank)
Wow, congratulations, Jeremy! That is great and quite an accomplishment with your busy schedule.
Wow that's really inspiring, I see you've been here less than 3 years too.
Congrats on your accomplishments.
Well done Jeremy, dare I say ...join the millionaire's club!! keep it going man.
I'm so happy for you! It seems to take forever, doesn't it? Keep up the good work! It's a big achievement.
Wish you good luck for the future.
That's awesome. Keep writing you are doing great.
Congratulations. I think it's impressive that you balance your writing and student commitments with taking the time to generously offer advice on these forums.
I suppose it's like one of my favorite authors said (more or less): great people are also the most kind .
Thanks for your interest... if you google"Carl Frank Magic illustration" he's easy to find.
I'm sure the next million will come twice as fast. Well done
Congratulations, that is a fantastic milestone. Gaming has always been a popular topic, and you have found a niche which brings in a lot of organic traffic.
May be you think your articles are silly but the others find it interesting articles to read, keep going.
by jayjay40 9 years ago
Thanks everyone who has become a follower of my hubs. I am SO proud,you have made my day. I was so nervous when I joined Hubpages, as I thought my writing would never attract anyone. My confidence has soared, I want to thank everyone at Hubpages.
by Dan Harmon 6 years ago
Well, the frozen traffic stats finally updated and sure enough, the total views jumped to 1,001,487. Three years to do it, but it's finally here!
by Brandon Lobo 16 months ago
On Easter Sunday I finally hit the million views checkpoint. Took a long time to get there, but it was nice reading the email HP sends you on reaching this accolade. This is a good time to thank the staff at HP, no one ever says it enough - they are doing and have always been doing a great job here.
by Joy56 9 years ago
I was surprised to see i had a 100 followers today when i returned home from work, i do not know how that jumped to this figure so quickly, i have been keeping quite a low profile this time..... I am kind of learning how to survive on hub pages..... And hoping to stay around with this name for a...
by Andrew Spacey 21 months ago
Hit 1 million views today. These niche sites have been truly rewarding. Thanks to all the help and support from HP and you hubbers over the years!
by samboiam 9 years ago
Congrats you deserve it. Here's to many more.
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