It's hard to tell why 1 article has a score of 92 and other a score of 78. But do hubscores try to measure overall user experience, like how long the user remained on the page, whether or not they clicked on links to move forward, etc? Most of my best hubs have high scores, but I don't know if that's just because they're getting a lot of traffic or because the overall user experience is better.
In my experience, external traffic and engagement of those visitors are probably be the biggest difference between two Hubs with those scores, but not always.
Thanks for your input. That's my experience too. I'm just in a Spring Cleaning phase, and I was going to start rewriting my hubs. Was going to start with the lower hubscore ones and mostly leave the higher hubscore ones alone.
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