My Hubber score has stayed in one place for over a week. I have been on here a long time and I have never seen this. It usually moves up and down from day to day or from hour to hour. It's not moving at all.
Mine seemed like it was stuck on 94 for a week. It went up to 96 last night and now it's at 98. It will probably drop since I'm posting this! I gave up a while agotrying to figure it out.
@moonlake You have a relatively high score, so I wouldn't worry about it much unless you see if drop dramatically.
My hubber score has only fluctuated a couple of times in the past 6 weeks or so. It stayed the same for about 3 weeks, then went up for about a week, and now back down for another 2 weeks. Yesterday it went up one point and has stayed there since.
There seems to be a lot of problems with all the stats or anything related to them. My stats remained the same also, from April 3rd at 6:30 PM until April 5th at 6:30 PM. They never update between 12:30 AM and 4::30 AM any more and sometimes not 'til 7 AM when they update at all. That has been the case for at least 2-3 months now.
It is not odd for HubScores and Hubber Scores to stay put for a while. I wouldn't worry about it.
If your hubber score is very high than it would be a good thing that it doesn't fluctuate...at least I would assume... Mine has been 100 for a few days now and I am not complaining. Sure wish such a high hubber score would actually yield more views and earnings but that hasn't happened.
Me too habee. My 100 dropped to a 98. Actually, I don't mind. A 100 seems a bit over the top for a two bit hubber like me, anyway. Suites someone of your caliber. Actually, I like between 93 to 95 if you could pick or choose
Like a 94 perhaps? Of course it will now change.
I used to long for a 100 except it makes you a target for copiers and those "follow everyone" followers. Mid 90's is plenty.
I did not want too direct. I envy your 94
It takes effort to stay just around this level. I have to post stuff in the foru...
OK. That's enough for today.
I do not know what happened to my ...to be... I meant say, "I did not want to be too direct". Actually, I think to bring your score down it would be a good strategy to OVER participate in the forums. I'm at 98 so I guess I still have plenty of forum postings to go to bring my score down a tad.
Mine actually went up in the last few days! I was high 80s low 90s for awhile and now it's the highest it's ever been.
Ahhh - so the forum posts drag us down? Now I know. Mine has been stalled at 95 for several days, and that's lower than it has been in a long while. So I must have misbehaved or something. I hopped hubs, busted several scammers, even found a guy who had been banned here and tried to come back within a few days. Nothing helps.
Neither did my dissertation on time travel. Then again, maybe it is too soon to tell.
I'll give all this activity a try, Marcy. I'm trying for a 94 hubber score.
Part of my dilemma is my hubber score tends to go down when my organic search views go up.So it might be a long wait to reach my ideal score.
Now that they took it off our icons in the forums I never see my score anymore
Georgie Lowery (nice name) is right. Yours is still there. It is a fabulous 94. So I'm jealous of you, too.
My score has been the same for several days now too. Haven't seen this before. It is lower than usual, but I have had hubs read.
Have reached 94 then it fluctuates and settles at around 89 then moves up a bit and so on.
I had to refrain from HP for a few days and when I returned, my score had fallen considerably. Makes me think that perhaps it's due to inactivity. Maybe not, but that's what I see.
My score finally moved 1 day ago, back to normal average score. (was unusually low when not moving).
Now that I'm back to being active on HP, my score has gone up.
My score gets depressed because I refuse to take it seriously.
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