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.
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
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.
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...
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...