For one month now four of my Hubs have shown zero page views for the last 30 days, but from 5 to 15 in the past seven days. I don't see how this is possible! Has anybody seen this? What I notice, too, is the four Hubs it is happening to have by far my lowest HubScores, which I think related to the statistical aberration, which must be affecting the algorithims.
Heck, I'm still learning how to make it all work out as a benefit. No answer but willingly give the thread a bump for accurate answers.
by Writer Fox3 years ago
I would like a better explanation of the Hub Score. I have a Hub that I uploaded on May 12th, it's ranked #2 on Google search results for its main keyword phrase, it's getting 175 visits per day sent by Google,...
by Janellegems3 months ago
I am sort of disappointed. I try to be active in the site as much as possible, comment on other people's hubs, help out in the forums, add new hubs once every two weeks, participate in the question and answer and...
by Richieb7997 years ago
I have strived over the last 5 weeks to produce as many hubs as i can but to a high quality. I heard at first that if go around serial 'following' this can penalise your hubscoreI added a few people but then cut down...
by Missing Link6 years ago
I have read how hubscore is computed but was still surprised the other day when I saw a hubscore of 1. It just is somewhat amazing to me that some hubscores are 10 or below. Don't get me wrong----I'm...
by Sullen916 years ago
67.14 + 0.01011 is the regression equation, where x is the word count, and y is the "Hubscore", for my hubs. The coefficient of determination is 0.582, which basically means that 1/3 of the factoring of...
by Andrew Spacey4 years ago
If some of my hubs are linked to other hubbers with Hubscores of less than 75 and these hubbers are not active with only 1 or 2 hubs in 2 years, is this a good, bad or insignificant thing?
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