I apologize if this has been asked (many) times before.
Because I'm used to blogging, I've started making drafts of hubs without the plan to publish them immediately. But after doing so, the hubscore goes below 50, even as low as 45, before I publish the hub.
Should I make drafts in a separate program? Why do my hubs get a score before they are published?
It has, and that's all right. The fluctuations you see are normal and nothing to be concerned about. Scores may also rise prior to publication. Your own pageviews, including editing, are counted. Why it does go down is hard to tell, but something many have experienced. Please proceed undeterred.
My advice would be, don't worry about hubscore, at all, it is just a number and does not really affect very much!
This happens to me too, and like the others have said, learn to ignore it! In the end, the hubscore will rise to where it naturally needs to be!
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