If you have made it there, can you give us non 100 hub scorer's some much needed tips to finally tip the scale, and make it there. It's surely a tough thing to accomplish, but with such assistance it might help get us over the hump.
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Thanks for the sound advise Brake12, I will try to read up on the learning center definition again, I did read it once, but may have forgotten certain things, or may have not been experienced enough to fully comprehend it all, back then.
Doing some hub hopping also helps.
Thanks Becky for the cool answer, I have been slacking a bit with my answering and asking of questions and so I will try that, as well as more hub hopping for sure, let hope it does the trick.
Let me know when you do. It will cheer things up.
I'm just going to slow down pumping these hubs out to see if other hubtivity actions can help me make it there, I at least wanna say I made it there just once, you know. So I'm there with you on wanting to achieve it, it would be cool.
As one who has made it, we just sit there watching and waiting for it to drop. It does not stay there. lol
For some reason it seems like you can get dinged for too much activity, or perhaps too much of a certain activity. Not sure why this is but I've noticed that my score sometimes ticks up on days when I haven't done much of anything at all.
Jenn-Anne, I experience the same thing, too.
I'm pretty active when it comes to the community and as far as writing, I've been doing that maybe once or twice a week. I try to do it more, just can't think of anything to write most of the time. My score is down to 58 now, it was 64 yesterday :/
I get the sense that the score ticks up when I do a variety of community things just a little bit, and then drops when I do too much of one kind.
I think you are definitely doing something that the system thinks is wrong for your score to drop from 95 to 60. For me, once I got to above 90, it stays there, and fluctuates only by a few points.
I looked at your hubs, and it may be due to how your making them, amount of words in ratio to image content levels, and product links as well. I'm not to sure about this, but try to use more images, maybe work on the hubs visual appearance a bit.