Just wondering,i had an accolade for hitting 100,000 views but have since skyrocketed and havejust under 750,000 views and was wondering when the next milestone is,im guessing a million,just curious that is all.Thanks.!!
it is quite a big gap- but I guess that the rate of viewing increases dramatically and it is as long a wait as the first 10,000 ( boy that seemed long )
Here's the accolade list,
First ones aren't too hard to get, but if you that next one in the series, it most often takes some real work.
Great most helpful,1 million isnt a problem but 10 or 100 million,come on guys!!!Thanks people.!!
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