How are scores on your hubs calculated? Does anyone know what an average score should be?
The FAQ - http://hubpages.com/faq/#hubscorecalc
The Learning Center - http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/understanding-stats
Although I did not see this in the links suggested by relache, I recall seeing in forums that 75 is a good/avarage hubscore. But it all depends on the factors outlined in the FAQ and Learning Center links. A really good hub may lose points if traffic plummets and stays down for a while. For example, I have had a hub that ranged from low eighties to 100 in a short period of time due to traffic fluctuations. But in general, a quality hub will keep a decent hubscore in the eighties. Consistently high traffic hubs, sometimes of lesser quality (typos, less words) but still a decent hub, will stay in the 90s. Someone correct me if I'm wrong.
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by Veronica Roberts5 years ago
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by Timmy(B)6 years ago
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