Why is it that when I publish a new hub the hubscore decreases and then it starts to rise, Unfortunately, even the Hubberscore behaves this way? Any feedback or suggestions will be highly appreciated. Thanks in advance
We just learn to ignore it. Everything goes up if you are being active and helpful.
Two different threads to talk about the same thing. WOW!
Just to let you know- there happens to be a search feature on the forums. Most if not all your questions can be answered by older threads. Just punch in the search bar and look.
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