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I just published my 120th hub today, and finally my hubscore went up to 96! I've watched it gradually creep on up from the low 80s (when a bunch of Squidoo lenses transferred over, maybe even high 70s). I have no idea how much this matters, but just thought I'd share!
Congrats, mine is still at 80 tgat is thehighest for today
I don't think hubber score is terribly important but I think it does indicate your average hub score has gone up and it feels nice when it rises.
Congrats! Thanks for sharing, and it seems to me that you are so prolific, that you jolly well deserve it!
Mine was in the 60's but has significantly dropped down into the low fourties, although I wrote a hub last night which has bumped it up to 50.
Is there a maximum hubscore?
Nice work! When I started my score was in the 60s but now it's been steady in the low to mid 90s, but like everyone says it may not mean much in terms of traffic, which is the goal for many I assume.
That is terrific. Congratulations keep up the good work.
That's awesome, When I was writing more consistently my score stayed at 99. I haven't been writing so it's dipped a little. Im really not sure how much it matters either. Congrats though.
On this profile (revolutionbjj) my score is pretty consistently between 94 and 96 now (I think it hit 97 once), and I post one new hub a week. On my other profile (goatfury), I don't post anything new ever, and it hovers around 92 or 93.
Thought it would not last long:) It lasted one day but at least my hub average went up one today. There really is no rhyme or reason.
Yeah, and I'm not really convinced that it matters, but hey, it's kind of fun to pay attention to it, right?
Fun when it is going up, a tug at the heart-strings when it dips. For me, at least.
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