Like my fellow hubber calculus-geometry's hubberscore, mine has fallen off considerably, recently, 'mysteriously' as well. I think we ought to know reasons for it so that we can avoid similar experience in the future.
I would suggest publishing more Hubs. Read some Hubs that others have written. Engage in the community. And like relache said, check out the learning center. It has a whole section on how the score is calculated. Your scores will fluctuate, the more or less you are involved, etc.
The Learning Center has an entry specific to scores, http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/hubs … bber-score
"Factors used to compute Hubber Score include:
- The collective HubScores of your Hubs
- Your activity in the Forums
- Your support of other Hubbers through comments
- The number and quality of Questions you ask
- The number and quality of Answers you have given"
I had forgotten that posting questions can improve the Hubber Score. Haven't done that in a long, long time.
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by Audrey Hunt3 years ago
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by Haunty5 years ago
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by Cameron Corniuk5 years ago
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by Missing Link8 weeks ago
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by Paul Maplesden2 years ago
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