That is kind of subjective when you think that one has an overall hub score average for all of our hubs and one for each niche site which we have hubs on. I pretty much have one niche so it is relative in as much that my overall average for the niche is the highest it has ever been. Never thought that might be the reason for the profile score.
I wouldn't do that, Sally. Keep things in perspective. It is not the score that matters, but the audience you serve and the money you make here . A score of 100 is great, but it is fleeting. I hit that once during my almost 6 years here...it only lasted a day or two, but guess what...my earnings have done very, very well with the lower scores I've had. THAT is how I count my success...readership and income. Those hubs you might delete now might one day be the ones you make a ton of money on in the future.
TIMETRAVELER2, I won't as I still would like to hit my 100 hubs target by the end of this year. That is good advice, thank you so much. I agree I have hit the 100 score several times over the years but never kept it for as long as I did this time. I do know it will be here today and gone tomorrow but earnings are to me much more important.
wow that is great congrats how do you do it, I am trying to avoid editing my hubs so that they stay featured since every time I edit one it becomes unfeatured and seeing it unfeatured drives me nuts. I have over 100 posts but I sometimes would post more then once a day when I first started now I don't do that.
Louise, if your Hubs are being unFeatured when they're edited, it has nothing to do with quality - it just means something in them is against the new rules.
Old Hubs aren't checked for compliance with the new rules - HubPages doesn't have enough manpower to do it. So if you've got Hubs that have been published for a while, they may be breaking the rules and you don't realise. When you edit an old Hub, that's when it gets checked.
I have a Hub about The Basic Rules - you'll find it on the slider on my profile. It covers all the rules you need to follow. I suggest you read it carefully and see if you can understand what the problem is. If you still can't see, try posting some of your Hubs in the "Improving Your Article" section of the forums and we'll help you.
Looking at your Hubs, my initial reaction is that you seem to be blogging, rather than writing magazine-style, stand-alone articles (which is what HubPages wants). If all your articles are on a theme of Limitlessness, you might be better off starting your own blog with that as its title and moving your Hubs there, rather than publishing individual articles on HubPages.
Kudos, sallybea! I wonder if it has to do with the reorganization of the niche sites and other changes by HP. I see that several of my hubscores have returned to the 90s which I haven't seen in years. My hubberscore has also increased a couple points. Keep up the good work.
It takes me several days to produce a hub because of the nature of the writing. I figure that it is quality rather than quantity which wins through in the end. I think it is a mistake to write too many hubs in too short a time.
Just had a big drop on my profile score. And all my hubs were featured along with a steady 10 Editors Choice. I say 'were' because 3 were just unfeatured and I don't know what to do about that. My views are over 945,000. Boo-hoo. Hubpages doesn't love me anymore!
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