My highest rated hub has a hubscore of 69, yet it only has 20 views. My 2 hubs with the most views are at around 250 yet their hubscore is about 66, can anyone explain why this is?
Have you noticed yet that some people on HP with odd shaped eyebrows often get scored as 'no follow' with their author scores under 75?
I have always felt that it wasn't fair when many unibrows have scores above 80 and sometimes completely bald hubbers with no brows get 95
AND... It's even worse for male hubbers!
It all seems a bit strange... so maybe it is really a secret!
by Marisa Wright2 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 lovelife9996 years ago
Lets share:-What make your hub different from anothers?And what is the best score you earned?
by Jackie Lynnley19 months ago
I cannot understand how my most read hub never makes it to the top and just stays around 75 and never to 100 as many of my less popular ones do? How can this be?
by Carolee Samuda4 years ago
During my time on HP I have head/seen/read a lot of speculation about the scoring system. I have given up trying to figure out my profile score but my articles are different. As I understand it the more views, vote up...
by Peter Owen5 years ago
I had a bunch of forum posts two months ago about hubscore dropping due to following too many people. It got so much action that I wrote hub about it.<snipped link>New question on Hubscore:When I write a...
by Guided Abundance2 years ago
Do-follow and No-follow backlinks affect our page ranking in google. Is there any relation to our hubscore here on Hubpages? I've been told that there is probably no affect on our hubscore in relation to our backlinks....
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