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Best Answer Dennis L. Page says
I maintain that you still have a high hubber score and that you can use HubPages help files to improve your score if you choose to do so. Those with low hubber scores (70 or below) will probably never be as good a contributor as you are, Dennis.
Austinstar, you are very correct in your premise. 83 is a good hubscore. There are those with hubscores in the 70s and below, some have hubscores in the 20s. Everyone can stand improvement. I intend to revamp my hubs when I am better.
Grace, what's wrong? Are you ill?
I have a cold and some ailments. I am resting for a while, for at least a week. I shall be better by then.
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M. T. Dremer says
I think it's based more on participation and interaction along with writing and bringing in traffic. Hard to say.
Christin Sander says
See, my score is usually 100 and I do not make payout every month, usually every other month. So, what is the purpose of these scores anyway?
That's my whole beef with scoring - the ambiguity behind it by staff. If they would simply state the purpose and how you go about it I'd be fine with the scores, but as they are now - they make little logical sense to me.
My score DROPPED....REALLY. However, the readership number is immense. I am receiving loads of traffic to my hubs.I am under the weather right now with a cold so when I am better,I am going to revamp the weaker hubs which are decreasing my hubscore.
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I wasn't aware following people with a low score impacted our own? Where was that determined? That doesn't make a lot of sense to me why they would do that, but then again a lot of things here don't make much sense at times lol.
I don't know if it is stated anywhere, it's something I have noticed though. When I drop to 99 and I go and unfollow anyone below 80, my score seems to go back up to 100 within a few days.
wow, that is strange criteria indeed. always a guessing game around here.
I think the hubber score is more of a gauge of how often and in how many ways we participate here. The more you use forums, q&A, write hubs and help others is all part of the formula.
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