I noticed another guy that has been here only slightly longer than me (a day longer really) has a much lower score than I do. The only difference I can see is number of hubs written. Just wondering why would I have a score of 70 in such a short time and he only 49?
Hubber author score is based on more than just the number of Hubs. It is related to the quality of the work, your participation in the forums, commenting on other hubs, and many other things.
So the more active I stay the more more I'm exposed? Cool!
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