My HubberScore just hit 90 today. Is that good or great? I remember my HubberScore getting into 84 just 2 weeks ago. Now, it's 90? Is it that good, or is it that great?
Uhhh....yeah, OK, sure. That's great, Ivan. Have a cookie.
Anything in the 80's is a very good score, and if you can get over 90 it's a great score. Well done.
I don't think the HubScore really DOES anything. I have no idea why my hubscore is 96.
In addition, I have a hub that gets maybe 20 views a day that has a score of 97.
I have another hub that gets well over 1000 views a day and it has a score of 89.
I don't know if it's a measure of much, really.
I don't know how it's calculated. It definitely doesn't contribute to earnings.
I wouldn't worry about it, Erick, but it's definitely good to celebrate it Woohoo!
I've had this happen before. I've had an article where my hubscore reached 97 and had no daily views.
To be honest, it doesn't really matter much unless it sinks really low. I ceased paying attention to it some time ago. I focus on my hubs, views, and earnings.
In the grand scheme of things it doesn't matter. But, it's a nice feel-good number. I'll call it 'great' though!
Hubpages is constantly changing in small ways, that is the main reasons it is still in business.
Good job! Score can change daily, keep up the good work.
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