I see a number in the corner of my profile photo. It doesn't match my Hubber score. What is it?
That IS your hubber score. Not sure what you are calling your hubber score, but it is actually the number on your avatar (profile picture).
It doesn't match the score at the bottom of my stats page, which I thought was the Hubber score. Thanks for the clarification. I'm a new Hubber.
Ah. I believe the score on the stats page is an average of all the individual hub scores - the score that each individual hub shows. I've never added them all up, though, just assumed that was the average.
And welcome to HubPages.
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