I joined this community only couple of days back and I'm still going over the help pages. One thing which throws me off is my hubber score. While it is not in the 90's, a hubber score of 54 with NO hubs seems to be confusing. How is this possible? I'm able to understand the huscore- hubs matrix.
It could do with your activity at the site.
There are also other factors. Check my hub on HubScore for more info.
Your score starts at 50 if you sign up direct, and 0 if you sign up through a referral link.
by Marisa Wright3 years ago
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by Bill Yovino5 years ago
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by Barbara Kay Badder4 years ago
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by Engelis2 months ago
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by Janellegems6 months ago
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