"I see you are too ignorant to take my advice about not being an internet spammer at hubpages also - and have had your score penalized so that all your out going links are no followed.
You are as good an internet marketer as you are Christian."
I'm suprised to be rightly informed by Mark Knowles as regards to the above quoted. I noticed my hubscore was being penalized but not knowing exactly why until Mark pointed out in another discussion on his hub. Thanks for that, I've just reviewed all my hubs now, hope it all go well. Please can the admin or anyone help out. No sentiments attached!
I think the need to be on forums all the time to maintain your
hub pages score or as in the number on your profile photo is a bit of a myth.
I do not have a clue how hubscores are fixed as I can see no pattern that I can recognise easily. I think comments and incoming traffic is useful.
Not sure we are talking about the same things as I do not spend much time here. That does not seem to have driven down my number on my profile pic.
There will be some HubScore benefit but it will only be temporary.
Right now I have several other secondary accounts who have never been on the forum and they score in the high 80s and low 90s. They don't comment on others hubs. They simply publish a hub on a regular basis.
Anyone who is hitting the forums hard simply to get a high HubScore is missing the point of online publishing.
I'm new here and don't really think about the score, but would love some feedback. My last Hub "Morning Rain chapter 1" is written by Natalie the girl in prison. Everthing else I've written. If you have time please give me some feedback, good or bad. Thank you.
@Milee: There's a separate forum here: http://hubpages.com/forum/23 for talking about your hubs and asking for feedback. You would get more help there without posting something without relevance in another person's thread. Good luck!
@Andrew: If you were spamming up the forums, then some positive forum work probably wouldn't hurt to bring your hubscore back up. Publishing more quality hubs and leaving comments on other peoples' will help, too.
Do read this: http://hubpages.com/faq/#hubscore
it should help.
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