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 was a lot harder than I thought it ever would be getting to 10 million views. I also have a couple of Hubs approaching a million plus views each and I've now started to really take advantage of Pinterest. And I plan to get to 100 million views a lot faster than I got to 10 million. I've been...
I did it!!! I hit 1,000,000 views. It took 4 years and one week. I was hoping it would happen on June 14th because that was the anniversary of my first published hub (which is now on owlcation.) Close enough. When I went to bed last night, I was about 300 short of the magical 1 million. When I...
I just reached this milestone a few hours ago. In May, 2013, I had two Hubs. I reached 100,000 views on October 30, 2013, with 35 Hubs. Onward to one million! (Do you want to know what this forum post is really about? It's about the fact that SEO works on HubPages, because 99% of my...
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