When will my profile accolades be updated? Why does a hub's score change when it's been untouched?
1.) I have been on the site way over three years. When do I stop being credited for only two years in my profile?
2.) When do I get credit for (way over) 10,000 hits/reads in my profile?
3.) How could a hub be rated 92 one month and an 84 the next when I haven't even touched it?
4.) Shouldn't a hub be rated only once when nothing has changed on it?
1 - Depends on when you registered. You may have been reading anonymously for a while before you registered. If you have proof of being here longer - I'd contact Hubpages directly. Otherwise, you likely get the 3yr accolade on your 3rd anniversary.
2 - Not sure. It happened for me a day or so after it flicked over. However, it may be that if the same IP address is visiting a lot (ie: your own - edits etc are also counted in the numbers) that whilst these are counted, they aren't against the 'total' in the accolades...I'm not a HP staffer, so I'm just quessing.
3 - This one I know!. Mechanical Turks (Program through Amazon) read the hubs, and give them the scores based on...a formula that HP has given them (thats a guess...sorry). Each person will score differently.
4 - Sure, but then what if your hub was viewed by one person/MTurk thing who happened to disagree or be against your views expressed in the hub - eg a homophobic person reviewing a Pro-LGBT hub, or a religious person reviewing an Atheistic hub. It could be badly scored, affecting it's revenue making ability (for the hubber and HP as wel), merely because someone let their own opinions cloud their score.
I'm guessing for most of them...but it's what I can figure
by Mark Lecuona 6 years ago
Why has my score dropped to 69 and some of my accolades disappeared from my profile page?
by Kenna McHugh 12 hours ago
This might have been asked/answered already: How do you find our accolades now that our profile page is designed differently?
by Jason Menayan 8 years ago
Hi all -We have added a new feature to your profile page - Accolades - that shares many different achievements you can reach on HubPages.Many of these duplicate the milestones that show up in Hubtivity and the HubFeed (hitting certain Hubs, traffic, fans, Questions asked, Answers posted, and other...
by Alastar Packer 7 years ago
How long before accolade for 1000 page reads shows up on profile?
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 4x4 8 years ago
I haven't been writing lately but I did notice the new Profile format (I know this is very old news for most of you).But I do have one question on the ACCOLADES Icons. Does anyone know when it is updated and how many different types of accolades are there?Thanks!
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