I wrote a bit ago about how my hubscore used to be always in the 80 or 90 category. Now I am usually under 50. I am not sure why this has happened. It is hurting my self esteem and even though I share on twitter, pinterest, stumbleupon and a few others, I still get junk traffic. Please help!!!
I looked at some of your Hubs and I found them very interesting but as far as score goes I think I might have found some reasons that your score might have gotten lower. Some of the ones I looked at do not have many images or other media in them, and they are not broken up into sections with titles. Some are kind of short in terms of words. Also, many of them are opinion pieces, could be construed as "purely personal" and many are mostly philosophical; they might not appeal to a general audience seeking specific answers. These kinds of Hubs I think tend to score lower.
Have you been following a lot of people? Following a lot of new people at one time is a sure way to reduce your hubber score. I'm sure that you've heard that your score doesn't matter, and that is true. Traffic and money are the numbers to look at.
by lady rain 7 years ago
This is what I have observed with my hubscore. After publishing a hub and leaving comments on other hubs, I get lots of traffic but the hubscore falls by the hour. When I stay away from HubPages for a few days, and the traffic drops to nothing, the hubscore starts to climb and reaches an all-time...
by Steven Miller 7 years ago
Why is my hubscore so low? Recently a friend noted that I have a low hubscore here. This actually effected my credibility with a friend of mine on Facebook. Not that I care, I just thought I was very popular here, and I was doing good. Considering I have one hub getting hundreds of hits a day. Did...
by Bill Yovino 7 years ago
I wish there was a way to turn it off. It goes up and down without reason, and it can be very distressing.
by Richieb799 9 years ago
I have strived over the last 5 weeks to produce as many hubs as i can but to a high quality. I heard at first that if go around serial 'following' this can penalise your hubscoreI added a few people but then cut down when i heard this. I only follow about 12 people.i just noticed someone who has 25...
by Tammy Barnette 5 years ago
I have been reading where others have asked much the same question; Since I have been on hubpages my hubber score has risen and fell mostly due to activity...Have these standards changed? My score has always fell when I am busy with life, but when I am writing and reading hubs, leaving and...
by Dr. John Anderson 5 years ago
Have you noticed that your Hubscores have been submerging lately? But of course they don't matter and we are told to ignore them. Something is afoot on the old flip flop flipper. I suspect that the traffic contribution has been toned down and QAP is more dominant. It will me nice when hubscore and...
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