I was just shocked to see that a hubber who is following me and has been here two months only has a score of 1 despite having 29 hubs published. How can that be?
You'd think the staff would notice these low scores. Two months is more than long enough to allow someone to create something useful, otherwise they should close their account...now.
While the exact mechanism of hubberscore seems to be a bit of a mystery to most of us, it is true that it is very good at catching the spammers and spinners of this world.
However, those hubs need to be looked at by staff, who can unpublish. Looks like no-one on staff has looked at those hubs, which makes you wonder "why not?"
Don't they have software that will bring up all the extremely low scorers in the system to give them a manual review?
You would have to try pretty hard to have a score of 1 - I didn't even have that with my first hub! Maybe its a sock puppet? really funny, actually, something certain hubbers would do on purpose for a joke!
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