The hubscore of this article was 63
http://hubpages.com/hub/Near_Death_Expe … stimonials
Then I edited the post to just add a quote from Henri Poincaré
"To doubt everything, or, to believe everything, are two equally convenient solutions; both dispense with the necessity of reflection."
-- Henri Poincaré, in "Science and Hypothesis"
After validating the score felt to 51.
What's the logic of this automatic downgrade ? I find this rather idiot personnaly. It doesn't invite to refine article for quality post.
From my own experience, give it a few hours/till tomorrow (CET) and see what happens, I think it should be ok.
Hubscores are calculated on a periodic basis for each hub and fluctuations are perfectly normal. While it may have appeared that the drop in score was a response to the edit that you made, it was actually just a coincidence.
Generally speaking keeping your hubs fresh and adding more content to them is likely to increase the HubScore over time. I see that the score is 59 now.
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