Does hubtivity 'activity' increase your personal profile score?
Hubtivity is just a report of various activities, depending on what settings you opt to view.
If you'd like to know more about how HubPages calculates your HubScore, you should read the FAQ entry on that,
if you're messing around in the Sandpit Forum , it won't affect your score though. One word association games don't make an impact for those who thought it might.
participating intelligently (intelligently being the key word there) in the forums and rating and commenting on other hubs is the kind of hubtivity that will help your score. leaving one word answers or comments just to raise your post count in the forums won't do you any good.
If you become an asset to the community, your score will reflect that. Likewise, if you do community no-no's, your score will reflect that as well.
Yes. It is a better way to introduce and make people aware of ourselves and the hubs.
by sanathara5 years ago
still today, I am unable to understand how the Hubscore works? As sometimes, I don't do anything and it gets increased, and sometimes, in spite of more Hubtivity it decreases like anything?
by Ryan Hupfer8 years ago
After seeing Hubbers announce certain milestones such as view numbers, first $100 payouts and HubPages anniversaries I thought that it would be really cool to create a more automated and easily broadcast way to let...
by Eric Graudins4 years ago
It would be nice to be able to selectively block updates to individual forum posts from Hubtvity.This would allow us to check out genuine hubtivity without having to scroll through screen after screen after screen of...
by Susan Ng Yu7 years ago
Hi! I haven't been in these forums for a long time. I was just wondering why some of my activity in Hubpages don't show up in the Hubtivity section. Like when I comment on people's hubs, one comment shows...
by Paul Deeds7 years ago
We're just about ready to open up an exciting new feature on HubPages called the HubFeed. It's basically Hubtivity on steroids, with two key differences:1) It is really easy to interact with. You can view...
by Christoph Reilly7 years ago
A way to filter out hubtivity showing someone using one of those programs that just joins the fan clubs willy nilly? It's annoying. Better yet, outlaw it. It makes that persons membership in your fan...
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