I may be jumping the gun, but it looks like the hub score now, is close to a QAP score converted to a percentage from 0-100% for hubs published or edited after Dec 2012. The score takes a few days to stabilise after pending and QAPing (3-5 days).
The old hub score used to be greatly affected by traffic and likes, starting at 74 say and going up or down depending on traffic and love.
Low traffic and likes --- 65 <= 75=> 92 ---- high traffic and likes
Looks like this has been wound back a lot. Editing used to reset the traffic factor by adding a boost. This still happens. If you edit an old hub (originally published prior to Nov 2012) it appears to revert to a QAP based score for hubs with low traffic (67 goes to 77 for example).
There may be a hubber score bonus and other things.
Fellow bean counters may like to comment.
QAP scores play a huge role in the calculation of HubScores and Hubber Scores now, though they're certainly not the only factors.
There's more of a complete picture here: hubpages.com/learningcenter/hubscore-hubber-score
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