What HubPages accolade do you find the most prestigious?
I like the one that says 'visitors love to read from start to finish'.
Perhaps because it is subjective; perhaps because it is phrased so flatteringly
I like them all :-) and always take a look at other hubber´s accolades when I am checking the profile. Maybe, the hub views accolade would be the most prestigious - if it says 1M...
I agree , the one about the readers reading all your article as it shows you have done a good job on your hub & about being popular with readers.
The number of times a hub is read and the "strat to finish" accolade rank high with me.
page views, or times that a hub has been read. I want millions of page views. I'm almost to 30,000; but I know of hubbers with two million. My goal is to exceed everyone else. Wish me luck, and I wish you're goals equally upon you.
I like the "so and so is popular among readers, as measured by the feedback to their hubs" accolade!
Yes I think the start to finish one says something good about your writing. But all of them mean something in a way because they build a sense of 'belonging' at HP.
I suppose I value the one most that shows how many times my Hubs have been viewed, but I like them all.
I have to agree page views has to be the one to go after. Without anyone finding and reading what you write what would be the point of hubpages.
As a newbie though a badge is a badge and I will accept them all with a smile
by Lisa Vollrath 3 years ago
Since I migrated here from Squidoo two months ago, I've seen a steady stream of threads in this forum, complaining about lost page views. There are a lot of theories about why it's happening, and how much it's happening, and what can be done to get into Google's good graces.Google is not my #1...
by rainmakerrain 9 years ago
The scoring system of habpages is either fundamentally flawed or purposely biased in favor of long hubs. You said it hubpages team: the more, the merrier, but I donâ��t think that this is in your interest, or the interest of hubbers and other people using the website. To make my case, I...
by Paul Goodman 6 years ago
They could award it to the hubbers who consistently complain the most in the forums?;-)
by Imogen French 6 years ago
How often are accolades updated? - my page views went over 10K but my badge stills says 1000I thought accolades usually appeared within 24 hours of achieving a milestone, but my page views eventually went over 10,000 two days ago and the accolade badge on my profile still says my hubs have only...
by BeBrown 5 years ago
What is the next accolade after 10k page views?My page views have rocketed past 10k and I have not got the next badge yet. Can anyone tell me what it is likely to be? I would have thought it would be 20k or 30k or even 40k but I have not got any of these even though my stats tell me otherwise.
by Catherine Giordano 3 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...
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