So is the score or traffic the determining factor for a Hub getting on a niche site? Just wondering.
It is definitely not score. The Hubs I've had transferred have been the highest-traffic ones.
If you think about it, HubPages is creating niche sites to please Google. Therefore, it would be logical to choose the Hubs that Google likes best, i.e. those with the most traffic.
I do recall seeing a post somewhere which said they are also using some lower-trafficked Hubs if they find that a particular category is short of Hubs.
Not sure which it is, or even if it is either or these. I guess if a hub is well written, factual and useful, then it has a chance of being selected for a niche site. Some new hubs without much traffic have been transferred over.
Hubscores fluctuate because they follow daily increase or decrease in traffic for each hub.
On this thread:
http://hubpages.com/community/forum/135 … n-domains, Paul states:
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