One of my hubs has already had more than 12,000 page views in a week and still the hub score does not seem to rise above 78. Does it mean that the number (of visitors) landing on a particular hub, has no role in raising the hub score? Is it only the number of comments posted in the hub which make a difference?
No, I don't think comments make much of a difference, as some of my top rated hubs have few comments....the whole hubscoring concept/algorithm is flawed, IMO, as I have seen that the chart on the my account page is inaccurate.
WTF are you doing? selling the crack of Hubs?? Boy do I feel inadequate wait i always feel that way! Never mind.
I think you need to go look at your HubScore again.
12,000 views? You should share the tips on how you got that much traffic on a single day. I can't remember of any of my hubs getting more than 180 views a day and i still have not made it to 1,00,000 hub views. I could really do with some tips from you.
Anyways, Like you I too have not managed to understand the mystery of Hub Rankings.
Mammmmmaaa mia! 12,000 in a week! Guess that proves the score thing is close up there with the universe creation mystery!!!
Even I was surprised when I saw the statistics. Just to verify the accuracy of the log, I checked my Google Analytics a/c and it reported the same amount of traffic. You never know what type of content appeals to the readers. Even more surprising is that the traffic is still on the rise.
I've noticed your hubscore goes up at a steady pace no matter what your initial traffic is. Yet once your traffic drops off a little, you score can go up. Be patient with it. It also helps if your traffic is coming in from loads of different links.
Well done, it's a great feeling when that happens.
How do you get that much traffic? I got excited when I got a stumble spike of around 300 in a day. Wow
ah that's why - that's a topic that there is very little intel about on the web, and what intel there is isn't very accurate. I havent had a chance to read it yet, but it must be good for that kind of traffic and the resultant hubscore change!
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