As someone always says about HubScores (and it's always true - every time), it's really better not to think a whole lot about them, unless your score is so low it will affect your traffic. Put in your best effort, and a decent score follows. It really isn't something to focus on much at all.
As I said I am just curious if any one has ever gotten to 100 in say a month or less. I am fine with my score. I have been on Hubs 4 months and has not been below 88 in like 2 months, now at 90. I am okay.
Just a curious person.
I saw a post recently where someone was announcing a 100, not sure if it was hubber or hubscore, so I became curious.
Wasn't there someone last year who hit a 100 after only being here about 3 months or something? I'm struggling to remember his name - he wrote about 100 hubs that I recall, but hasn't been seen for some time, at least not on the forums. I think he was part of the last 60DC challenge.
(As for me, I took ages. I kind of don't like the 100 score when it does occasionally show up, though. We all know what will inevitably follow it. I think HP needs to introduce the new, super-powered, HubScore - 120!! Now THAT would be a challenge.
I just got lucky Lisa... and put a lot of self promotion effort into forums and stuff.
I think what the score really means is very little in terms of traffic or quality of writing. It is more of a 'belonging' thing, but even then the computer can't tell if all those posts were nice or just wind ups.
I'd love to read other hubbers' highest ranked hubs to see if there's anyway I could improve some of mine. Maybe we could all learn from each other that way. My coconut milk soap recipe hub has the best score of all of...
Just curious. It seems like I've seen people mention other's hub's score, not a hubber's profile score, but a hub they wrote. Yet I never see a hub score anywhere other than on my own stats list of hubs.
I was on a 100 two days ago, then realising that my Groups were in a bit of a muddle I spent two hours sorting them out last night, adding them to the right hubs etc, now for the first time in two years I have dropped...
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...