The polls are officially open for the 7th Annual HubPages Hubbie Awards! You have two weeks to submit your vote, so take your time and consider your choices carefully—no rush!
Winners in each category will receive an official HubPages mug with the HubPages logo and your name or username.
If a Hubber wins more than one category, he or she will receive a mug for each category won (though we do love to see as many deserving Hubbers win as possible, so please do your best to diversify your votes).
Before you cast your vote, there are a few ground rules to keep in mind. Each Hubber may only vote once, so make sure you’ve got your list of nominees ready to go. Nominations submitted after Wednesday, September 20th at midnight will not be counted. If you don’t have a Hubber or article to nominate for every single category, it’s ok to leave spaces blank.
When you’re ready, you can visit the Official 2017 Hubbie Voting Form, or if you need more time to consider your vote, you can always browse the categories before making up your mind:
Hubbie Award Categories:
- Best All-Around Article
- Best All-Around Hubber
- HubPages Lifetime Achievement (staff picked)
- Most Helpful Hubber
- Rookie of the Year
- Most Likely to be a HubPages Employee
- Funniest Hubber
- Hubber That Uses the Best Original Imagery
- Biggest Grammar Nerd
- Most Academic Hubber
- Hubber with Most Obscure Knowledge
- Most Trusted Hubber
If you’re ready to cast your vote now, proceed to the Official 2017 Hubbie Voting Form. Remember, you can only vote once, so take your time figuring out which articles and Hubbers you’d like to nominate. Happy voting!
2 replies on “Vote for Your Favorites in the 2017 Hubbie Awards!”
I’ve won the Best Fiction Writer Award twice, but the fiction award seems to have been entirely abandoned. That seems rather odd for a writing site with fiction categories.
I am tired of the same style ballot which is like a popularity contest from a HS yearbook. I am not voting this year. I preferred last year’s challenge to choose from the best of the niche site categories. It raised the bar and encouraged serious reading.