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It was nice to give a little medal for passing the 100K mark, but where is the medal for passing the 200K mark?
I was a bit disappointed after crossing the 200k mark, and not seeing a new nadge in my profile!?!?
Also, is there anyway to see how many hubbers have actually already crossed the 200K mark?
Your next big accolade for views is 1,000,000.
You can see more details here: http://hubpages.com/faq/#accolades
I recently passed 400,000 views and no accolade either, but I'm not complaining
Mubin123, Don't feel bad I am almost ready to cross 50,000 pageviews and there is no accolade for that milestone. I got to wait until I reach 100,000 just like you before I receive my next accolade for number of pageviews. Just keep working we will get to those accolades (1,000,000 pageviews for you) eventually.
The 200,000 mark??? WOW... You do deserve an Accolade. Congrats
Would love to know about other hubbers that are doing great with hubs as well.
Just wanted to see how many other members have passed that mark
Instead of 200,000.... I think if there were was a goal id say 250
What do you mean? 250 page views is not really that great is it.
Yup. 250,000 would be a nice accolade. I agree. Then 500,000 and 750,000. They're all big achievements, I think.
I've been thinking about this, and I think HP does this on purpose. They give you an easy medal at 10, then 50, then 100 hubs and then it starts to jump up.
For me it's motivation to not sit on my butt all day because I've gotten comfortable. They do the same thing with video games and leveling. It takes longer and longer to reach each level.
In other words, if medals came too quickly, then we'd all get bored with it.
The accolades might be broken. I passed the 10K mark but no accolade either.
I crossed 300,000 but no accolade, its a long gap between 100,000- 300,000
by Dr Mark2 years ago
When someone posts a hub like "How to be succesful on Hubpages" I look at their total page views accolade to see if they really are succesful. If that person has hundreds of hubs but only 1000 page views...
by Meredith Loughran4 years ago
Please share your most recent milestone or accolade!Has it been a goal, a pleasant surprise, or are you oblivious and just write because you love it?I'm a little excited that I'm getting close to the 1000 views...
by Solaras2 weeks ago
Is there a reason we can't add 5 million to the accolades? I know this has been asked before, but I can't recall anyone from HP acknowledging the question. It is such a distance between 1 million and 10...
by Chitrangada Sharan4 years ago
Do you think, it would be very encouraging to get accolades after completing every 10,000 views?
by feenix6 years ago
Presently, the subject accolade is set up to reflect when a hubber reaches 1000, 10,000, 100,000, 1,000,000, 10,000,000 and 100,000,000 views. I believe that it should be revised to where it would reflect 1000, 10,000,...
by zeke21005 years ago
I think you need a badge that is awarded for individuals Hub achievements, such as: if one Hub receives over 5,000 views, that's quite an achievement - there should be a badge for that.
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