Why does my Hubscore go up and down on a daily basis, and how do I keep it high?

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  1. Emma Harvey profile image91
    Emma Harveyposted 7 years ago

    Why does my Hubscore go up and down on a daily basis, and how do I keep it high?


  2. visitmaniac profile image61
    visitmaniacposted 7 years ago

    As you add more hubs they all have a ranking they start out with depending on the quality of it. Adding a number of hubs that rank 50 or lower will reduce your overall score but as they grow and increase in rank your score will go up. This score also depends on number of comments, your interaction in the forums, answering questions and the links. Just keep fresh quality content coming out and being active and your score will stay high.

  3. Albert C Servin profile image60
    Albert C Servinposted 7 years ago

    nobody really knows whats the exact way of figuring out your hub score, what we do know is that if you post quality hubs on a consistent basis, comment on other hubbers hubs, get plenty of traffic (i have a recent hub on this if you need alittle bit of help in this area), interact with the hubpages comunity(answer questions, leave questions, leave comments and get comments ) your score will definately go up, we dont know which one have a deeper effect over your score but dont worry too much about it if you follow the before mentioned guidelines.

  4. itsmonkeyboy profile image74
    itsmonkeyboyposted 7 years ago

    I've only posted a few hubs and like to think it's the sheer quality of them that keeps my score fairly high...being serious though, I'm fairly active on the site by commenting on others hubs, answering questions and following great hubbers like yourself. Keep up the good work and I'm sure your hub score will continue to climb!

  5. Aceblogs profile image60
    Aceblogsposted 7 years ago

    Well in a short span of 10 days only , i have observed that writing good quality stuff and getting points attached to that makes the hubpages profile score vary , and to improve it quality stuff has to keep coming out of our minds and should be put down on hubpages

  6. nemanjaboskov profile image75
    nemanjaboskovposted 7 years ago

    The truth about high hubscores isn't quantity, but rather quality.
    If you want to have a high score, keep writing original and unique hubs.


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