How do I change the "Featured Hubs" on my Profile?
ALSO -- What does the number at bottom of profile pic mean and what determines what it is?
You can change the Featured Hubs by editing your profile. Go to your profile and click the Edit Profile button on the top right. The number at the bottom of your profile picture is your Hubber Score: "...a collective measure of your contribution (through Hubs, Answers, forum participation, comments, etc) to the HubPages community." (from the FAQs)
Thanks OldRoses... appreciate the input . So the number is determined by Hubpages? Am I right the bigger the number the better?
Yup! But I'll be darned if I can figure out how they arrive at the number. My number goes up and down seemingly randomly.
OldRoses.. thanks .. I checked the FAQs on this issue too .. at the end, it said "don't get hung up on the number" .. thanks again !
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