hello; I noticed that hubpages seems to be rushing things a bit...I joined in August "08,which is under two years but they have just listed me as a two year member.
Why are they rushing this?
The formula does tend to round up. No one knows why HubPages decided to make it this way, but it seems to bump you up about six months ahead of time.
I won't have really been here for four years until July 2010 myself.
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