I was pleasantly surprised to see my hubber score hit 100. Now if I can just get this traffic thing . . .
Congrats, Marie, you deserve it, and on this special day too!
Congratulations, Marie. Love your writing style.
Congratulations Marie. You are a great writer and I am blessed to follow you. Be blessed as you continue to be a blessing.
I wish to thank all of you who responded to this forum post. I'm not sure how I got the score exactly, except, perhaps, because I've kept writing for Hub Pages for over two years.
I know my grammar, spelling, and organization are above average, and I am very detailed with my informative projects. I do try to promote my writing on social sites, such as those listed under the profile page (edit mode).
I respond to hub comments and answer a few questions or make a comment on the forum from time to time.
What I think doesn't count is my editorial help to other hubbers through Fan Mail. I just don't think that registers (maybe it does, I don't know).
I encourage those with low scores--just don't give up. Love your craft of writing and sharing with others. If you have a hub that persistently has a low score or is unfeatured, send it my way (you can cut and paste into Fan Mail), and I'll do my best to take a look at it and offer some suggestions along with editorial corrections, if any.
Blessings to all! ***
Thanks for answering my question, it was very helpful.
I never knew that about Fanmail, I certainly will ask of your help if need and thank again for the kind help.
I have been a member for over six years but never did really understand how to use HubPages, now I'm a ex Squid, I'm learning how to and enjoying writing with my new knowledge.
Congratulations, Marie, it feels good doesn't it. I remember one time when mine hit 100 and I actually made some money, but I haven't been able to post enough hubs to keep it up, so you handle that for me, will you! LOL
Congratulations Marie. Great achievement.
Maybe you could give us some pointers on how you did it, I see you only have 64 hubs. So it's not worked on lots of hubs.
Interested as a exSquid, when I make a new hub my score goes down.
Elsie Your score will go down until your hub is rated. If you get some comments and or votes and views your score will go back up. It fluctuates for various reasons.
I saw another person with a score of 100 but not sure what it exactly means over someone with a score of 90. I am still trying to figure out why when I publish a new hub my hubber score drops 6 to 10 points.
Congrats, Marie. 100 looks great on you! Your hubs are well written and informative. I especially like the hub about Pearl Buck. She's always been a favorite author of mine since childhood. Enjoy!
by KRC 10 years ago
Congrats Cindy....now is someone will paste a screenshot here, that would be great!
by Sondra Rochelle 6 years ago
I have been here since January, 2012 and this is only the second time I hit the hundred mark. The first time it came and went quickly, but this time it has stuck...at least for today! I have been working very hard to rework my articles and as a result my hubber score has hit the...
by Kristin Kaldahl 6 years ago
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 schedule forum.
by Rachel Roodhardt 7 years ago
Just felt like sharing my delight 8-)
by Karen Hellier 7 years ago
What is your Hubber Score right now?What is your Hubber Score ( the number next to your picture on your profile if you aren't sure what I mean?) Mine happens to be 100 right at the moment, but could change at any second so I am freezing that in time and wondering what everyone else's is?
by Lily Rose 9 years ago
I just logged in to find that my hubber score is at 100 and I gained a few new fans today and now have 300! When I first started this journey 10 months ago, never would I have thought that there were 300 people out there that would want to read what I write.This has been a great ride and I...
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