I've gathered that once you hit over a certain number of hubs you progress to a certain level in your status.
First there's prodigy, then there's expert. After expert, there is all star, and then there's "hall of fame"
Anyone know (roughly) how many hubs one has to write to progress through these ranks? I believe to be in the hall of fame you need something like 250-300, and to be an all star you need to have 100+ hubs. What's the number of hubs to become an expert?
I'm also not sure of the different factors that help determine the "move" from one level to the next or if there are any other factors apart from published hubs.
What about fully made from scratch macaroni and cheese? I have a recipe for cheesy macaroni noodles (noodles made with just a hint of goat cheese) which would go great with a provolone sauce, would you eat that?
Some of these aren't random. The fruitcake color is one of my favorite colors to use for coloring khakis in photoshop. The darker magenta-ish color is one that is -GREAT- for adding depth and realism to skin tones. Mind you, there are some adjustments for opacity, but yeah..
Maybe I should write a hub about using Photoshop to colorize images.
Or.. I could write an e-book about it and sell it fro 23.99!
Oh good - let me jump in on the thread. (1) Peter, I like all names. I have a friend whose daughter's name is Gracie and she is adorable. Its a good name. I also like Lexie. I could see myself as a "Lexie." (2) Charlotte - yes. A hub on photoshop, (or 15 - LOL).
I have totally picked out my baby's names already, mostly out of my own high level of hope that I'll actually have them.
My daughter will be Augustine Anne, and my son will be Alfred Morgan. Funny story, Anne is the middle name that has been passed down from my grandmother to my mom, and from my mom to me. On my maternal grandfather's side, the men in my family about six generations back used to swap names from eldest son to eldest son.
I think being able to send private messages to other users would be a great feature. I have followers who joined HubPages just to follow my content, and I would like to be able to contact them directly, but since they don't have hubs posted this is difficult.
I was curious if any hub members have experienced these “ghosts” on HP. These are individuals who register with HP, but do not enter any information in their profile or publish any hubs. They register to follow only one hubber's activity (yours), but do not post any comments to your...
Today, Friday, December 5, 2014, I am launching my 30 Hubs in 30 Days Challenge! I created a hub to track my progress and for posting my hubs, and you can find it here:http://easylearningweb.hubpages.com/hub … tivity-LogIn doing some research in how to embark on such a challenge, I found...
I am thinking of giving myself a challenge that in the next 365 days starting from today I will in average write 365 hubs. I am not quite sure yet if my mission is an impossible one or whether I will fall behind or stop writing in between. I am a very new hubber and reading everyday a lot on the...
Once you've researched, drafted, edited, proofed... and before you've published your hub, you should think about a few things you could do to do it justice and add some extra appeal to it.1) Photo or Illustration? I like at LEAST one image. That way when it comes up in the hub search results it has...
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