Today I found my page views to have reached 2,013,280 in 6 years. My profile page still showing 1 million.
And the real bummer is that after that the next accolade is 100 million. If HP and myself are still alive I will be in my 90s!
I met a 100+ year old woman who told me that the secret to long life is adding a 1 kg slab of salted beef jerkey to her beans every day. I wonder if that will work to make it to 140?
Thanks, wilderness for the comment. In the beginning, with no views for several weeks, I never thought to reach the mark.
Thanks, DrMark1961 for the comment. Let us all at HubPages wish to survive till 100 Million views.
Thanks, Marketing Merit. I was not aware of it.
Keep on climbing, well done to you! In theory the next few millions should pile up and up in no time at all.
Congratulations on 1 Million views. It's indeed a great achievement. I crossed 10 Million 3 years back. Now I am at 20M+, but my profile acclode still says 10M. I wonder how long it is going to take me for the next acclode. As far as I know, the next acclode is 100M.
I'm certain that years ago they did give a new accolade thingy for every million, but that was years ago, and they do not do it that way now.
Fun fact: When they did away with the Q&A section, they also took away at least 3 of my fancy accolades. I had been working the Q&A for years. Working hard there. Out of the goodness of my heart.
Oh well, working for little digital shiny things no longer seems like the proper focus.
Congratulations! It is amazing to me that after 1 mil the next accolade isn't until 10 mil! So the first million is a big deal but the next 8 million not so much? It seems like one for 1 million, one for 2 million then maybe skipping to 5 million then 10 million? And as for 100 million - well I can't see my way to 1 million so 100 million seems out of the question unless I happen on a topic that goes viral! I'm just looking to hit 100,000 by the end of the summer!
They will come rolling in after that! I am glad to hear you are almost to that point.
You are right Natalie Frank. Like one million the target of 10 million is difficult.
Thanks, threekeys. It all began from 1 or 2 views per day or rather none in the very beginning.
by Dedicated Content Curator 3 years ago
Well, not just today! I wish. But, today I will pass the 2,000,000 views milestone. It took awhile - helped by some popular hubs and hindered by the one that wants a good kicking as it's only had 34 views in the last 3 years!Website traffic really is an 80/20 situation, with 20%...
by Natalie Frank 5 days ago
I know it's not exactly a million or even close to it, but it still feels good, especially since it took me out a year and a half to reach 100,000 and the second 100,000 occurred in about four months. Yea!
by Melanie Palen 15 months ago
There's no badge for it, but I hit 5 million views slightly earlier than anticipated. I edited a ton of hubs a few months ago and it really boosted my traffic (plus the niche sites help!)Now on to 10 million views... that'll be how many years?
by Catherine Giordano 3 years ago
HP just gave me the 100,000 views accolade. It took me about 13 months to earn it. How long will it take to reach 1 million?
by Richieb799 7 years ago
Its taken 20 months, I'm pretty sure thats a new accolade right? hopefully I'll get to a million quicker
by Steve Andrews 4 years ago
What a wonderful surprise I have just had. I have just discovered that my hubs have been viewed a total of 1 million times!
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