Who can explain to me how Hubpages grade their scores on an article or poem. The scores seem to be dancing around each day yet am completely amiss at how they arrive at their score per article/poem. Can someone please explain!!
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What is baffling and frustrating me to no end is a few months ago the starting scores changed. Previously no hub started under 50 everyone was equal now based on a few obvious variables we are starting at 46??????????!!!! Which is why when we publish our author scores drop so much until 3days later and it rises even higher
Just don't find the logic in starting scores of maybe it can be explained why it changed
No one knows exactly. All I can tell you is if you keep receiving consistent traffic for an article/poem, the score goes all the way up to 100. This will require hundreds of views every day.
I was wondering about the reasons for the profile scores to fluctuate so drastically myself. But, I have learnt that is linked to the amount of traffic your hub is attracting.
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