Hey Leannehatherall, Nice to meet you, and welcome. As far as I can tell every hub starts out at a 50 hub score. Then depending on how they do, like how many views they get, comments, and so forth, the hub score will be influenced.
I myself try to strive for my hub scores to be around the 70 range or higher, preferably higher. lol
you can find out more in the hubpages learning center which you will find at the bottom of this page.
Not necessarily every hub. Hubs that have been under preparation for some time before getting published may have a higher score. Also, the score can temporarily drop to below 50 just after the hub is published. But 50 is the norm.
Better not get confused about the author score and the score for indvidual hubs, which are two different things. The author score tends to be around 30 for the first few days, but will eventually stay above 75 unless there is something wrong. The score for individual hubs rarely drops below 50 except right after publication.
I don't worry about hubscores as long as my hubs get featured the first time I hit "publish". I know the score can start off low but can steadily climb over time. Curiosity has finally gotten the better of me...
Anybody got any ideas?http://hubpages.com/food/How-to-Make-St … Tea-RecipeIt's already been edited to a fare-thee-well.Kind of getting tired of it dragging down my profile score.Meanwhile...Happy Monday morning!
What. Now What? is what I want to say. Sorry. I have transferred to HubPages from Squidoo. All my Hubs have received all the same visits pattern as they did on Squidoo. I did get an added boost of $ for being in Tier...