I seem to have two different hubscores; a red number by my hub title, and a "score" in my profile box to the right on my hubpage. Why are they so different?
I may be wrong about this, but this is my theory:
One is a "real time" showing of your score, and the other represents your daily average.
I tend to think of it as a fluctuating average. It constantly changes and is more of a way to view trends. Givit time and you will get used to it.
One to the right of your hub title is the score of this particular hub. One in your profile box is your score
My score (not the score of the hubs) is fluctuating. It was increasing till today and now it has slipped by two points. Any reason?
The score next to your Hub title is that hub's score (the hubscore). The hub in your picture is your hubrank (personal author score)
There are a number of reason as to why the score fluctuates. Hub traffic, number of hubs, forum participation, and overall website participation (reading and commenting on other's hubs, answering requests, making requests, etc.),
I still don't get it. there seems to be a huge difference between the red number and the number in the profile box which says 'hubscore.' If the number in the profile box is not the hubscore, why do they call it that. If the numbers in my profile boxes have been 87, why are the red numbers around 50? Sheesh. New at this so....
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