I just got recognized by odesk as a top 25 best writers for July. Is there a way I can display the badge here? It's an html code. Thanks!
There's not a way for Hubbers to insert HTML on profiles or Hubs, but what you could do (if you want it on a Hub) is create a JPEG image file and then insert it on Hubs as an image capsule. As far as I can think of, the only way to put it on your profile would be to download it as your avatar.
Another option (if you have it showing up on something like your own blog) might be to add a link to that page in your profile.
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