I am on this site since 3 weeks and my score is 72 with only two hubs. But I do not know about the scoring system as yet. What is the quality of my hub if it is given 63 or 64 score? My first hub had 64 points and the second one 63 points. Can I know the scoring method please?
I noticed the easiest way to raise your score is to become more active in the community. My score, at least, shot up quite quickly once I had that realization. That and hub quality - but I think the former is more effective.
I just read your hub about stump removal. We just removed a bunch of old bushes and my husband had to hack out the stumps. Anyway, I was wondering about the ads you included. I wasn't sure we could include ads before we were in the ad program.
I have now been on Hubpages for about 16 months and am only on a score of 88 so I'd say your doing brilliantly! It took me about 6/7 months to even get into the 70's. I've been at a steady 88 for a while now though .
I started off over 80, and have been fluctuating between the high 80s and the low 90s since then. I found that interacting in the forums, engaging with other hubbers and continually trying to improve my content helps a lot
Nice job! I too started over 80, and I have no idea why. I've just been posting articles and commenting here and there. I've only been here a couple weeks, but I really like this community. Figuring out the hub score thing is pretty fun too. Its like a game.
LTM is exactly right. I'm coming up on 3 years. My score has ranged from low 80s to 100 and I can't tell you one thing I've done differently from week to week. Concentrate on writing and contributing to the HP community and you'll do great here whatever your score is.
Honestly, I've replied to less than a dozen forum posts over the last 18 months or so. I'm not sure how much your score is based on community interaction. I've had a high score for months and months.
I have around 60 hubs and every one is a featured hub. I just counted and I have 21 Editor's Choice hubs. My suggestion is to write quality hubs about subjects that will attract traffic. Write about a passion and it will come naturally. Congrats and keep it up!
I'm thinking the answer is probably yes?If you have hubs that have been deemed "not featured", for one reason or another, will that factor into lowering your overall score/rating as a HubPages member? ...
As I suspect this will be a very, very brief blip, I wanted to celebrate my Hubber Score of 100 with a thread. In an hour or so, I'm sure this score will be gone.In the meantime...WOOT!!Now back to your regularly...
I got a hubber score of 100 for the first time in the two years I've been in Hubpages! And I found myself one of the Featured Hubbers on the homepage for the first time too! This calls for a celebration!
Evidently, hubber score has absolutely nothing to do with earnings. Yesterday was my biggest earning day EVER on HP, yet my hubber score is the lowest it's been in quite a while. That's okay - I'll take high earnings...