Do you think, it would be very encouraging to get accolades after completing every 10,000 views?
Absolutely! Getting accolades gives the writers encouragement to continue and excel.
Definitely! Every little bit of incentive helps to motivate us to keep writing and feel a sense of accomplishment. It is such a long way from 10,000 to 100,000. I celebrated by myself when I hit 50,000. :-(
I fully support this suggestion and have raised this issue many times. Getting accolades are wonderful and it boosts our confidence. They can at least acknowledge when we hit 25000, 50,000 and 75,000. The present wait from 10,000 to 100,000 too long. It is even more longer when you hit 100K, as you need to wait till you achieve 10,00,000. Here my suggestion would be giving an accolade on passing each 100 K. I hope HP will seriously consider this pray. It will give an extra confidence to the well performing writers.
Accolades after completing every 10,000 views is a great encouragement and I full support it. A writer will try harder to show their skills and achieve their merits
Personally I don't think it's necessary to tell everyone each time I make 10,000 views. To me it's like having other people keep track of my account. I think the way it is now is better for my privacy.
No, not really. I joined HP to write. Accolades are just for show if you really think about it.
I like accolades because I use my HubPages profile as a writing portfolio. I send potential clients to my profile page to take a look at what I've written. When they see the accolades it helps them feel more comfortable working with me. So, yes I like accolades. The more the better. I do think every 10,000 views would be too much. I like the idea more of having an accolade for every 100,000 views. That's significant and shows clients that people read what I write.
I agree, it's so long to wait for the next one after 10,000! And it is good to have a bit of encouragement now and again, whatever your reasons for writing on the site.
I guess so.... though i am relatively new here as compared to others, but I guess some encouragement is always welcome.
Not really. Although I wish there were more accolades for 5x.
I have the million accolade but it's another 7 million views before I get the next accolade
One at 50,000 would be nice! I think waiting for 100,000 after 10,000 is discouraging but what is an accolade . You can't even print them off . They are just air.
by feenix 8 years ago
Presently, the subject accolade is set up to reflect when a hubber reaches 1000, 10,000, 100,000, 1,000,000, 10,000,000 and 100,000,000 views. I believe that it should be revised to where it would reflect 1000, 10,000, 25,000, 50,000, 75,000, 100,000 views, with the all of other levels remaining...
by Chitrangada Sharan 7 years ago
Do you allow your children to take their own decisions?What in your opinion is the right age, when the children should be encouraged to take their decisions?
by lee 9 years ago
Just wondering,i had an accolade for hitting 100,000 views but have since skyrocketed and havejust under 750,000 views and was wondering when the next milestone is,im guessing a million,just curious that is all.Thanks.!!
by Allen Williams 7 years ago
My views have dropped from over 100 per day to 20+ per day for the last 2 weeks. I hit 10,000 views but did not receive the accolade that shows that. I cannot post questions, or a new forum. I hope this one gets posted.
by Jason Menayan 8 years ago
Tom has rolled out new accolades for winners of HubNugget and 2011 Hubbie Award winners!You might have read a little about this in Simone's lede in this week's newsletter. The HubNugget winner accolade looks like this:And the Hubbie Award winner accolade looks like this:Congratulations to all the...
by CASE1WORKER 9 years ago
I can't believe it! I have just hit 10,000 views. When i first started I was getting 50 hits in a good week, now 100 plus per day.thanks to the support of my followers and everyone on the forums who have been kind in their comments and given me the enthusiasm to carry on. I understand that...
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