I'm assuming that means 10 million, which is quite impressive. Congratulations! I expect to hit 4 million within the next week, so I know how good it feels when something like this happens. Kudos. Well deserved
I'm wondering if that "m" stands for mil or thousand. I think it could have been spelled out for clarity. Nevertheless it IS a milestone and congrats are in order. When I saw your stats I began to question this more.
Relache I recall was a one-off fountain of knowledge - I'm being kind - she could be forthright with her comments but generally she knew her stuff. I'd like to think many more are going to hit 10m in years to come.
I do too. I really wish that there was another accolade before 100M though. I do not think I am going to be around that long. (Ideally, 25, 50, and 75. Even a 50M accolade would be something to shoot for within my lifetime!)
Would that make you a centa-septa-generian? Imagine the great conversations you could start at the nursing home "Back in the 2000s, when I still had my teeth, I wrote for a thing that people used to call the internet."
It's been a long journey, but I just passed the big 10 Million on this account. Woohoo! A big thank you to Hubpages, which taught me so much about SEO, digital marketing, and writing starting in 2009. If I hadn't got my start here, I doubt I'd be in the career I am in today.
I realize that this number is not considered as particularly high especially after writing here for over a year and having close to 50 hubs. Yet I feel it is an accomplishment, at least for me. We all have to determine what makes us feel we have achieved something, independent from...
I just realised I'm up to 3,095,000 views. I don't really look at the totals much. It seems like ages ago when I got my 1 million badge. Going at my current rate it'll take about another 11 years to hit the 10 million badge. Ugh!
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