Average of 82, with a range from 67 to 92.
Don't stress it too much - one hub that's been unpublised for at least a year has an 80 and two I let stay unfeatured are still scoring 82 and 83.
My hubs have an average of 68...hub scores change all the time. Don't worry about it Enoch Kane. ☺
I have an average of 70. I have not contributed new hubs for 6 months until yesterday. The hubs and the average has only fluctuated up/down by one during that time. The range is 63 - 80.
Current average is 71 over more than 600 hubs. Low is in the 40s, high in the eighties.
Hub scores can drive you crazy. I've had pubs vary by 20 points in a week without any edits at all and no big uptick or downturn in traffic or comments. My average hub score was 83 yesterday and it is 82 today.
I would say you're doing well and not to worry. My average is 74, ranging from mid 60s to high 80s. It all depends on the algorithm HP if using today. It could change tomorrow. The proximity of the moon from the Earth also affects change in those scores.
Low 80s for me but like others said it really doesn't mean much. I have higher scoring hubs that do poorly and lower ones that are my best performers.
My average hub score is 77. I have a couple that are 93 but they aren't as popular as my most read hub which is scored at 80. I can't figure it out so I never really pay much attention to it.
Mine is 77, with a low of 68 and a high of 94. (this includes some from ages ago that I have unpublished and will probably delete.)
But I don't think it matters that much...my hub that has the most views is not the best scoring, or best quality one- its the one that gets hits via google.
Some of mine with higher scores get hardly any traffic.
by Sally Gulbrandsen 4 years ago
Average of our Hub ScoresMy average score seldom changes and if it does, it is always by one point and then it hops back up to the same average score a day or so later. This happens in spite of my publishing new hubs which consistently receive scores much higher than the average score given...
by Artist-For-Hire 8 years ago
I've read a lot of comments about people having a low score... sometimes in spite of having many hubs or being here for many years.I understand that score's will vary depending on the quality of Hubs and the popularity of the topic. So what is the average score of a Hubber? And what's a realistic...
by carol stanley 7 years ago
My views are going up and I have revised most of my hubs with corrections, photos and more text. I omment often and write about three or four hubs a week, but my scores keep going down. Any thoughts?
by Kate Swanson 5 years ago
I'd like to suggest we get rid of Hubber Score - and perhaps even Hub Scores. They:- are constantly misunderstood;- cause a lot of upset and grief in the forums; and- encourage newbie Hubbers to direct their efforts in entirely wrong directionsFor instance, I've known newbie Hubbers stop...
by ImChemist 8 years ago
What is you hub Statistics show in details this factors:1-Number of followers 2-Number of your hubs3-Your author score4-Average score for your hubs5-Your age on hubpages6-Number of feed backs you get in your hubs7-How many visitors you get every month?I start with my self1- My follower: 632-Hubs...
by Sondra Rochelle 5 years ago
In the past four months I have had increasing views, higher CPMs, have been adding articles (and deleting some losers), good Amazon sales...and my Hubber score has dropped from 97 to 91 in the past few weeks! I don't get it...anybody else seeing this problem or can the team explain...
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