I followed a ton of people like 2 years ago just trying to meet a bunch of other writers not realizing that it was looked down upon... I recently followed some advice to unfollow everyone and start over. Can my score ever recover?
Disclaimer: Obviously what I did was wrong, I was just kinda new to the internet and didn't realize it was such a no-no! Please just post helpful feedback and don't attack me and make fun of me.
Your low score may be down to your subject choice. A lot of your hubs are on very specific things that probably don't rank well in searches per month. Now, having said that, I didn't spend much time actually researching this, I'm just thinking out loud. Also, do you have any idled hubs? Or ones that aren't featured? If so, it may be worth your while updating them so that they become featured.
I know that mass following can reduce a hub score, but I wouldn't think that it would stay so low, so long.... so perhaps look at other possibilities for this?
Hey NotPC! Your Hubber Score can certainly recover. Large bulk followings/un-followings do cause a serious dent, but regular positive activity on the site shall revive it over time.
please don't take it serious as I don't even think HP are actually clued up in what they are doing themselves, anyway I think you are brave to even mention it , and it happens to most of us except for the elites,
best from jandee
ps. I think HP don't help enough when one first joins I remember it was so bewildering. 2 people followed me and I wasn't sure what to do so they unfollowed me . Then some really powerful people followed me and gave me confidence and they still do today
Recently I realized that off and on people do unfollow, after first following. This disappoints me, because when I follow a person, the reason can be, the style, the content, the common interests and so on. A kind of mutual admiration is there. The same person reciprocates by following you and then one day decides to unfollow you.
This is frustrating, especially for new members.
If you follow someone, it's not "mutual admiration". You follow a person because you admire their writing. How do you know they will admire yours?
It's quite common for people to "unfollow". If you follow someone, you are committing to reading that person's Hubs regularly. So if they start to write about subjects that don't interest you, why would you keep following them? Also, because following is a commitment, it's difficult to follow too many people at once - so every now and then, you need to review your list and unfollow your least favourites, just to keep things under control.
There are a lot of people who think following is just about being friends, which is not its intention.
by moonlake3 years ago
Has anyone noticed this problem? I was looking at people that follow me and noticed that many of them are showing that I don't follow them when I know that I always have. Has anyone noticed this problem too?
by healthmunsta2 weeks ago
I am literally sick and tired of people who follow you, and then, when you follow them back, they promptly unfollow you. Really, people? What do you do when someone unfollows you shortly after you follow them? Do you...
by Peter Owen6 years ago
Not complaining but I don't understand hub. In an attempt to get involved, I started following a lot of Hubbers. Many of them followed me back and I am seeing a dramatic increase in viewing traffic for my hubs. I guess...
by Anish Patel6 years ago
Why is my Hub Score dropping? Is there something I can do to keep the score from dropping?
by shaekelly6 years ago
I have written to date a total of 6 hubs. The highest hub score receive is 65.Can u please tell me how to increase my hub score. An also, i only have three followers. Please guys help me
by Brinafr3sh6 years ago
Why is the score getting lower everyday? The highest number I had was 83, haven't seen that number in awhile. Thanks
Copyright © 2017 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.