I seem to have an innate talent of some sort. My score can go from 92 to 82 in a heart beat. Like most of my kids I must be either really good or suck. No inbetween. If I enjoy writing should I even worry about this 'score'?
While I've some great Hubs on how the HusScores work (see Hubber RebeccaE for some great hubs on this topic), I think sometimes they just flux a little as mine will jump back and forth between 91 to 94 for no apparent reason. It all evens out in the end.
HubScores are not fixed on this site, they operate more within a range. What you are seeing is totally normal. Think of it like the ocean ebbing and flowing.
I've been taking the Sally Field approach. They either love me or they hate me. Thanks
by rancidTaste7 years ago
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by Scott Bateman2 months ago
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by Richieb7996 years ago
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by carol stanley4 years ago
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by Writer Fox3 years ago
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by Katherine Tyrrell18 months ago
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