The past few days, my hubber score dropped pretty significantly. After wandering through HP and HP forums, I concluded the drop was caused by following too many other hubbers in a very short time. Now, the question is, would my hubber score increase if I unfollow other hubbers that are not active, or should I just stick with creating new hubs and commenting to increase my hubber score? Please help by giving your opinion on this issue. Thanks.
I think that you should only follow hubbers if you are genuinely interested in their hubs and want to go on reading them. It's not like FB or Twitter here - it's a writing site not a social network.
by Catherine Giordano11 hours ago
I can't figure it out. My hubber score has been in the 94-96 range for a year or more. Now I notice it seems to be falling. Today, it is 89. If I were to graph it, it would show a downward trend. I know this should not...
by Mike Pugh3 years ago
Who thinks we should ask to reinstate a page dedicated to locating hubbers by hubber score. Beginning with 100-0.We once had such a page here that made the hubber score much more relevant, and we could at least get a...
by quiterandom3 years ago
Really?What is the deal here?So confusing...
by Marisa Wright3 years ago
I'd like to suggest we get rid of Hubber Score - and perhaps even Hub Scores. They:- are constantly misunderstood;- cause a lot of upset and grief in the forums; and- encourage newbie Hubbers to direct their...
by SpaceShanty3 years ago
I have noticed it is hovering just below 85 recently. I have a few Hubs with a score of around 71, could this be the reason?
by crusador8 years ago
This system of hubber scoring is really disgusting. Hubbers posting hubs are assigned low hubber score for several reasons but hubbers without publishing a single hub are participating in forums and have hubber scores...
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