It means little or nothing. You are still fairly new and this is something almost all new hubbers ask. It will bounce like a yo-yo, and that is normal. It looks like you have a nice variety of subjects. I'm sure you will be fine. Not to worry.
Yes, it can be a roller coaster depending on many things, some of which we cannot control. But for the most part, since HP improved the calculations, it is generally a reflection of your work. So as Christy suggests, write more hubs. May I suggest that you add some content to your profile? I believe that is calculated into the hubberscore as well.
To use HubScore as the main criteria for HubberScore is problematic. The HubScore is a reflection of HubPages' perception of quality, not Google's perception of quality. Some of my best-performing Hubs on Google search right now have HubScores: 71, 73, 76, and 3 Hubs are at 78.
These are all Hubs that rank high for their keywords and deliver great traffic from Google search. It's reflective of the fact that HP's evaluation of a quality Hub is not in line with Google's evaluation. In my case, my HubberScore goes down every time I publish a new Hub because the QAP gives such a low score. Fortunately for me, Google gives its own evaluation and doesn't slap a number grade on my Google+ profile picture.
Makes sense when you refer to keywords, Writer Fox. But my experience is just the opposite: my best-performing hubs are all 90 and above, my least-performing, meaning least traffic, are all in the 70s. It should probably be taken into account that different hubbers write about different things and have different audiences. By the way, you're so right about the QAP thing. My hubberscore decreases as well after a new hub, but it does go back up.
This is insane. I have no idea why I dropped from 95 to 88 in a matter of days. I don't know how to improve it. It seems like even making comments has been draining my score. It's like a no-win proposition.
They've mentioned in their FAQ that it's random, and we don't have to worry about it. They also said that we should focus on creating quality hubs, the score will improve over time. my score went from 85 to 82, then came back to 85.
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