It seems a few of my accolades have left, is this normal for some reason?
Some accolades are only temporary. More information on Accolades and Special Recognition can be found in the HubPages learning center at the following link http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/accolades.
Hope this helped,
I went there and it said the page no longer existed.
I see what you mean MizBejabbers. I think it has something to do with the link being posted in a comment. I think it is to stop members from spamming others with links to their hubs. Try to searching the title or go straight to learning center. :-)
Oh, I see, I didn't know that. Yes, I will read about that. Thank you for your help Ricki-Lee Keeley.
Hi Missy, yes, some will go away and then some will be replaced with a higher number accolade.
Thanks Faith, it seems I'm still learning how everything works here.
Yes, I am still learning after more than three years here! LOL ...Don't fret. I think the ones that disappear are those such as the one where hubs have all of a sudden have "lack of engagement" and I just re-share mine on social media.
Sorry about your missing accolades, on this platform called hub-pages, nothing is permanent. Even best hubs may one day end up un-featured!!!
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