with no activity I have seen one of my fans/affiliates go from 23 to 49 with NO activity whatso ever on her part, no forums views or participation nothing, how does her score increase and move up and down all the time? curious.
If they tell you, they'll have to kill you.
And we don't want that. Well.... I don't
I've noticed that. I even noticed that yesterday and unpublished hub had already 4 views !
Does it mean that everytime I look at my hubs I am getting "a view"? Even if they are not yet published?
Yeah...stranger than fiction, it happens just like how the heck does a hub get over 2000 comments, lol...when its only published one hug?
I am fairly sure hubpages know when people are leaving lots of comments on their own hubs
Although it's still not as bad as trying to join your own fan club.
It doesnt seem like the score of the hub has to do with anything.
I have created titles for hubs with no content and the second I create them they have a score that doesnt change.
Some of the lower scoring ones get more clicks because I book mark and ping them more I suppose.
Then I look at Maddie Rudds herbal tea hub where the hubbers are trying to refund their tea purchases directly to Maddie.
Lets say you were on ebay catching that flack your feed back score would drop.
Not here you are commended. I say the score doesnt mean crap on google.
Or maybe if we have a real egotistical bio and tell everyone what an expert we are . Then the hub scores will be higher.
HubScores don't mean anything outside of HubPages.
I think however that it may have no monitizing value in your earnings but it does have value to show you your status on potentially ranking higher and so forth.. it seems to be a good tool to give you an ongoing idea of where your hub and social activity potential is, so you can see when you need to change something for the better (its not something you should use religiously but for example when the score dips pretty hard you realize wow, I should take another look at my actions, writing, and hub tivity google analytics is a great tool in this way too if you use it!
What does the hub score actually indicate I wasn't ever told??
It doesnt seem to have anything to do with the content.
It seems to be more the title of the hub.
I am guessing that it has nothing to do with how much traffic and money the hub makes either
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