I'm a multi-tasker, and new to hubpages. 1 of my unpublished hubs, which I work on when not working on other projects, have gone up in score, starting at 50 and now the 60's. I thought hub scores were based on published hubs. Am I wrong? Or do scores come from titles? My unpublished hub is something like: Hydroecphalus - My Own Natural Cure, which is a true story of how I defeated a disease the doctors told me was incurable UNLESS I had a shunt put into my brain. But I'm living proof, and have tests, etc., to prove that there is a way to defeat this illness without having shunts put into the brain. Just don't understand how my score could be going up as I've never shown it to anyone or pushed the PUBLISH button.
Welcome to Hubpages!
This happens from the traffic you create and the content you put into it.
Yes you are wrong. It's based on many factors. Hubscore will continue to rise and then fall back down, if the hub remains unpublished.
This is part of the factors.
I explained above.
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