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Permanent Score of 100

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    Ben Blackwellposted 2 years ago

    I saw a few references to this kind of things in the forums, but I haven't actually seen it (as far as I am aware).  Is there such a thing as a permanent Hubber score of 100?  Is there an accolade for it?

    1. Matthew Meyer profile image78
      Matthew Meyerposted 2 years ago in reply to this

      HubberScore is not permanent.
      @relache's reply pretty much sums it up.

  2. Rochelle Frank profile image88
    Rochelle Frankposted 2 years ago

    Not that I know of-- though there seem to be a few hubbers who are permanently in that category, and deserve to be.
    Making it permanent would be wrong, IMHO.

  3. Winterfate profile image99
    Winterfateposted 2 years ago

    No, the best one can do is have a pseudo-permanent score that only goes down rarely, but it is hardly assured. I tend to be at 100, but drop down to 95-98 on occasion. Who knows why it fluctuates?

    Also, there is no accolade for having 100 Hubscore. smile

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    Ben Blackwellposted 2 years ago

    Ok, thanks guys.  Just wondering.

  5. relache profile image88
    relacheposted 2 years ago

    HubScores are never permanent, but with consistent, quality effort, they might appear to be that way.

  6. Rock_nj profile image90
    Rock_njposted 2 years ago

    Some Hubbers get special preference as far as the quality review process goes.  I think they may have permanent 100 Hubber Scores.  But in reality, the score has little bearing on how well you do here since most traffic comes from outside of HubPages.  With the exception of the fact that other Hubbers may take a writer more seriously if they have a higher score.

    1. janshares profile image87
      jansharesposted 2 years ago in reply to this

      Special preference? How does that work?

      1. Rock_nj profile image90
        Rock_njposted 2 years ago in reply to this

        It came up when Hubbers were upset about the delays in getting new Hubs published do to the quality review process.  The powers that be at HP said that some Hubbers that have established reps here are given automatic bypasses from the quality control process and have their Hubs immediately published.

        1. janshares profile image87
          jansharesposted 2 years ago in reply to this

          Oh yes, I do remember that.

        2. Anna Marie Bowman profile image92
          Anna Marie Bowmanposted 2 years ago in reply to this

          Considering the fact that those Hubbers that receive "special preference", as you put it, have consistently put out quality Hubs for YEARS, the HP staff can be confident that they aren't just going to start publishing crap material for no good reason.  With anything in life, if you prove yourself, and earn a good reputation, you are taken more seriously, and are more likely to be trusted.

          1. Rock_nj profile image90
            Rock_njposted 2 years ago in reply to this

            I was not passing judgement regarding HP's policy of giving certain established Hubbers a bye regarding the quality review process. I was just throwing it out there because I thought it was germane to the topic of permanent 100 Hubber scores (that they may be getting permanent 100 Hubber scores), but it appears everyone has to constantly earn that score no matter what their status is with HP's review process.

            I actually think it is a good policy.  HP has scared off enough good writers with their excessive rules.  Giving established ones that have proven their worth a pass at the quality review process seems like an appropriate policy to keep the good writers happy and to free up staff, so they can focus on the marginal writers that need quality review.

            1. Sherry Hewins profile image95
              Sherry Hewinsposted 2 years ago in reply to this

              My score has been at 100 pretty consistently for several months. Today I published a hub (still pending) and my score dropped by 2. Whoever it is that's getting a pass, I don't think it has to do with  score.