Good Evening Bonnebartron
Funny you should ask that. As you know, the Internet can bring out both the best and worst in people. Something about the anonymity of cyberspace seems to shatter all impulse control in some people, in certain situations.
I'm responding to your question because I liked an answer you gave on one question. Someone was asking about what kinds of things affect personal hubber score. They were talking about this in relation to page views and so forth. You said that there have been times when you were given a relatively low score and yet have had a hundred page views a day.
Then there were times when you were rated very highly and yet only had a handful of views. You said that you thought everything affected hub score and that's just the mystery of HubPages. I think that is exactly the right attitude.
Here's why I brought all of this up. I notice a certain anxiety of some hubbers about this enterprise - almost as though their life depended on it, I must say. I sometimes feel moved to say a word about this, as I did earlier today. I got two responses - one, to whom the remarks were specifically directed, gave a generic thanks for the advice; the second sharply and sarcastically (here's the point of my response) rebuked me.
Anyway, I guess I'll ease up on pushing my unorthodox point of view in this area, and leave hubber to their dreams.
Take it easy, bonnebartron.