Well apparently it means that I don´t interact with ya´ll enough. I still haven´t figured out all this linking stuff yet.
I was not even aware that the stupid hub karma still featured anywhere.
It was an attempt, way back in prehistory, to force people to divert views away from their hubs to other hubs, which means sacrificing potential earnings to drive the money to someone else.
As such, it died the death it deserved long ago.
Hub karma decreased an individual hubber's earning and thus was totally useless to anyone, apart from giving yet another meaningless accolade to add to the other crap badges.
by sunforged6 years ago
Im very interested in what equates to a high score in this metric.I recently have been linking out aLOT as a part of a recent group challenge.My Hubkarma is 47..I understand if you want to keep it to yourself.
by tritrain6 years ago
I've been looking at the Latest Hubbers and doing a lot of HubHopping lately and noticed a pattern. Based upon some of what I have seen I am making some suggestions. I'm sure HubPages staff and moderators...
by Jackson Riddle6 years ago
Just wondering.Mine was around 47 when it was first introduced. I then added some links to other hubs and now its risen to 75 in about 3 weeks give or take.
by katiem26 years ago
I don't work on my HubKarma much. I have used the linking tool but just don't think about doing it much. My HubKarma score is low. What do you do about it or do you even consider it.What's your...
by Hub Llama6 years ago
Hopefully the right people see this.Here is an idea how to make the new HubKarma score both very useful and beloved by writers on HubPages. Additionally, this would also provide more incentive to Hubbers to link...
by Patrick Kamau5 years ago
What is your Hubkarma now?Mine is 49
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