What does "editors choice" mean when found after a title of a hub?
I just noticed a small box with "editors choice" written after a hub that has been around for almost a year.
That's a good thing, Carol. It was explained in the last newletter HP sent out. Do you get the newletters in your inbox?
It's another HP carrot to get writers to write the way HP wants you to write. It means you have played the game perfectly with that particular hub......is that good or bad? A matter of perspective I guess.
Have a great weekend!
I guess two out of 150 is not so spectacular..Good or bad we all like to get noticed. Thanks BIll, and you have a great weekend..Get out in that yard.
I agree with Bill. One of my hubs was selected as well. Currently, there are no plans to announce these choices to the rest of the hubber community -- although they are considering an accolade for this which is “in the works.” If the hub loses its f
Bill has explained it Carol. At least I guess that's the explanation since some of my Editor's Choice are surprises to me while others I would think would get it, don't...another HP mystery.
You actually have a choice to opt out of participating and back in every couple months. I opted out until I could see how it all worked. The pros and cons were not clear to me when it first rolled out. So I don't have any. And still not sure if I would have. We will see whenever I decide to opt back in.
by Claudia Mitchell 3 years ago
If I recall there used to be a nominate a hub for editor's choice button on my feed page. I think it was right above the Hub of the Day. I don't see it anymore. Is it gone or has it been moved somewhere else? Thanks in advance.
by Sally Gulbrandsen 4 years ago
I had not realized until today that if someone has earned a Hub of the Day Accolade you can click on the icon on their profile page to read the contents of the Hubs which have earned the accolade. I am wondering if HubPages Staff might like like to consider doing the same thing with the...
by Kathleen Odenthal 4 years ago
The editors choice can be a great accolade, unfortunately I know many of the best hubbers I have discovered are frustrated with the EC system, or have given up on it all completely. Some days the hubs are great, other days they are poor quality, with rampant spelling and grammar errors. I know some...
by Lena Kovadlo 3 years ago
I had 11 Editors Choice hubs. I noticed today that I only have 10 of them now. I don't remember exactly which hub lost the EC status but I have a feeling it might be a hub that has become unfeatured due to engagement. If an EC hub becomes unfeatured due to engagement does it lose EC status? And if...
by Sally Gulbrandsen 2 years ago
Just curious, one of my hubs, selected as a hub of the day some time ago has been my top performing one for quite a while. However, it does seem odd to me that hubs of the day are not automatically selected as Editors Choice Hubs as well! Anyone else ever wondered why this is? If not, would...
by Will Mcwryter 2 years ago
i am a hubpages featured author and i think the next step as i climb the hubpages latter is to get one of those editors choice labels i see some people have. how do i contact the editors? i would like my haiku hub should be a editors choice. thank you. please only respond if you are a...
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