I haven't been on Hubpages in a little while because school and business has been hectic, but I logged in today to find that two of my hubs have been selected for "Editors Choice Award". What does this mean for my hubs?
See the announcement for Editor's Choice in HP's blog:
http://blog.hubpages.com/2013/08/announ … oice-hubs/
There is also a forum for it at:
Glenn already gave the link so I'll just say that, simply put, the HP editors think those hubs are a step above any others. I guess the hubs meet all of the standards and are full of original and interesting content. Some of my Editor's Choice hubs have lower scores, but still got the recognition. Congrats on your awards!
You've gotten the information you asked for. I'll just add that I think this is a good thing for hubbers. It is made better by the fact that as hubbers, we can nominate specific hubs for the EC award. There are a lot of hubs out there, and the staff of HP editors certainly can't spot all of the high quality hubs that are already out and those that are coming out each day. It seems to me to be a nice addition to the site.
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