I'm a bit confused as to what affects our Individual Hubscore. Mine was 91 on Monday and now its 84. Does anyone know why that could be?
They found out how naughty you were over the weekend
Wow that's quite a drop over the course of a couple of days. Maybe it will bounce back.
Scores have only one major purpose: to turn outgoing links on your account to nofollow if your score is below 75, basically to stop spam.
The scores are based on a range of undisclosed factors including average hub score, traffic, interaction in the forums and comments etc.
However it doesn't change your earnings or traffic so it's best to ignore it and just work on creating quality content.
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