It looks as if we are being given a different hub score on each of the Niche sites. I did not see that coming.
It's just because it's calculated on the average score of your hubs moved to the niche sites...and they are usually those with higher score, so your score isn't dragged down by your lower ranking ones. That is in my case anyway.
So I see. I just had one hub moved and it's score went up from 84 to 89.
Oh, really, Sally. I had one moved too. Hmm, that is interesting. Do you have to log into the new site to see the score or just click on the hub from HubPages? I will check it out too. Thank you for pointing that out.
There is a filter sites on the top row of our stats page. Select the one you require and it should take you there.
What happens to the regular HubPages score when a hub is moved to the niche site? Many of my sites are now under the threshold of 85 and this concerns me deeply.
Will moving one hub to a niche site harm the remainder of my hubs?
If so, where is this going? If my Hubber score (the aggregate site score) is under 85 I loose all exposure for the remaining hubs and that is a allot of work. Should I start migrating hubs to my own site now?
I am really concerned about this transition. Perhaps this was detailed earlier and I apologize - if someone could please guide me I would greatly appreciate it.
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